Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard routing and remote access

I had routing and remote access set up on my domain controller (windows 2003 server r2 standard),  and I could no longer vpn into it.  I decided to delete and start over.  Now I am lost.  I have no idea how to set this up.  Please help.  I have dhcp and dns set up - I need help setting this back up.  None of my clients will connect.  Only my domain controler can get out to the internet.  Nothing else is talking..  I cannot even connect to the router (netopia) by plugging it into a cable.  I have to change my ip address to the router configuration in order to connect to my router.   It has been a while since I did this and I have no idea what to do.  I have a private address 10.0... on my dhcp range.
manch03Asked:
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Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
Follow this article for how to setup RRAS on your server:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/323441

Make sure you open and forward port 1723 to the internal IP Address of your 2003 server and that should allow clients to connect.

If that doesn't work after settings it up and forwarding the port on your router, please let me know.

Alan
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bbaoIT ConsultantCommented:
> I cannot even connect to the router (netopia) by plugging it into a cable.
> I have to change my ip address to the router configuration in order to connect to my router

what's your server's IP by design? what's the router's LAN IP? are they on the same subnet?
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manch03Author Commented:
I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

There was no need for port forwarding. I ended up solving the problem on my own.
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Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
Please explain how you solved the problem.

Thanks

Alan
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