I've got ISA Server 2006 running on Windows 2003 server. My main goal
is to get a VPN up and running. I have a separate server running DNS,
DHCP, etc. That's a Windows 20003 server called TE-DXB.
I've configured the VPN and my remote clients (mostly WinXP) can get
connected and authenticated. When I run ipconfig, I can see that they
get assigned an IP address from the DHCP pool of TE-DXB. The DNS server
is set to TE-DXB IP address. However, the subnet mask is set to
255.255.255.255 instead of 255.255.255.0 like the computers on the
internal network. I can't connect or even ping any computers on the
internal network from my VPN client. I assume it's because of the
Where do I set the netmask for the clients?