L2TP Address Pool set up on Sonicwall - should this be excluded on DHCP?

I had a tidy up on my Windows 2008 DHCP server the other day and removed some exlusions as I found them to be unnecessary.  I have just noticed our SonicWall L2TP confiuration (for VPN access) has a pool of IP addresses (see attached) - should this range be added as an exclusion on DHCP? (I am not sure if this is one I removed).

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fuzzyfreakAuthor Commented:
I forgot to attach screen shot.
Dr. KlahnPrincipal Software EngineerCommented:
DOCX files are readable only by recent versions of Microsoft Word.  A JPEG image or RTF document would be of wider usability.

(That is to say, I can't read the evidence.)
fuzzyfreakAuthor Commented:
Is this better?
fuzzyfreakAuthor Commented:
For future reference, the answer is YES if you are using L2TP on your VPN.

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fuzzyfreakAuthor Commented:
I phoned Sonicwall Support to get my answer.
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