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ISA 2006, vpn client dhcp problems

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Setup a vpn client through isa .. straight forward ..

Use windows xp for client vpn, pptp .. validates and connects succefully but my problem I am having is that it doesn't get assigned the correct ip address (internal)

I have configure firewall to allow pptp to isa, set vpn on isa to use dhcp and internal, applied access rules to firewall (isa) to allow dhcp replies and requests .. but no joy,

I have read a few articles about this, so been through it set by set, setup dhcp relaying, what I am not sure about is that when I look in RRAS, I has 4 network interfaces .. Nic 1, LAN .. Nic 2, DMZ then loopback and internal. In the Ip routing general the ip addresses are displayed .. Nic1 (10.0.1.3) .. Nic2, (public address) .. Loopback is loopback address and internal is 169.254.xxx.xxx which is the range that is given to my vpn client ..

Is the internal interface correct and any suggestions in what the problem might be .. thanks.

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http://www.windowsecurity.com/articles/Configuring_ISA_Server_For_Inbound_VPN_Calls.html

Just found something about a off set range .. Mmmm.. take it it has been setup like this, so would I need to configure the routers?
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try this..changed the parameters in RRAS  to select the internal NIC, restart RRAS and see what happens?
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