Why am I not getting a gateway when I connected to my nortel contivity vpn device.

I have setup my nortel contivity device, and when I connect to it I get an ip address, a subnet mask, but NO default gateway?  I cannot ping any of the other computers hooked up on my network.  This isn't my first Nortel Contivity device, but it is a very strange problem.  Did I miss configuring something?
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Kamran ArshadIT AssociateCommented:

In your VPN Gateway have you defined a Tunnel gateway?
keseaAuthor Commented:
Any idea where to do that on a Nortel Contivity Router?  I specified the Gateway in the Static Routing, but it doesn't seem to be the right one...
keseaAuthor Commented:
I figured it out, it was due to the split tunnelling!

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