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route traffic over ipsec vpn tunnel rras

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i currently have a site to site tunnel setup on rras but i cant route any traffic through it.  It is supposed to route automatically but apparently its not, do i need to do anything extra?
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Question by:Kylo Ren
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Do you have the "use default gateway on remote network" setting checked?
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by:Kylo Ren
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this is a site to site tunnel, does that option still apply?
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Probably not... perhaps I should read all the words before posting...

http://albertsiow.wordpress.com/2009/02/23/site-to-site-pptp-vpn-tunnel/

The above is a decent example of a very basic site to site setup. You may have already come across this. My next question would be routing. Make sure both servers have the correct remote subnets configured so they know what traffic to send across the tunnel, and also make sure your networking equipment knows to use the servers as a gateway for those remote networks.
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