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Posted on 2008-09-29
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I was getting a Error 800 so I disabled RRAS, restarted the server and re-configured RRAS.  This process had the following effect:

I can connect to the VPN fine now, however when the VPN is connected I can't ping anything on the WAN side, no internet basically, i can move within the VPN LAN side fine.  Also I can no longer connect to the remote web workplace via the ip address/remote.

Any ideas?
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On the client System.

Go into the TCP/IP Properties of the VPN, Select Advanced and Disable "Use Remote Gateway" Option.

-BBRazz
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by:bojangles12
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I found the problem with connecting to the internet, under RRAS I selected VPN only and not VPN and NAT for my clients to be able to use the server's public IP to connect to the internet.  That's fixed now.

I am having a problem with Exchange now in that I can send email but I can't receive it.  I know the RRAS setup must've had something to do with it, I'm just not sure what.
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by:bojangles12
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A little bit more info, when I try to run the Internet Mail Wizard from the First Organization (Exchange) menu, I get the following error message:

To send Internet e-mail, the selected server cannot be a bridgehead server

ID no: c103b530
Exchange System Manager
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I have started a new question for the new problem
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It was a problem in setting up the RRAS, I had initially setup the RRAS to be just VPN when I needed it to also do NAT due to the fact that I use the server to assign internal IP addresses to my clients.  The clients use the server's public IP to connect to the internet.
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