Server 2012 Remote Access - RRAS

Hello,
I am setting up a new Server 2012R2 to runVPN via RAS.  I have not set one of these guys up since server 2003, so it's been a long time.  

Anyway, I'm 99% the way there.  But I am trying to achieve split-tunneling while not loosing access to all my other subnets (including remote office subnets) .  

SO, since I have both IPv4 and IPv6 setup for the RRAS server,  I have turned on IP forwarding, but turned off "Enable Default Route Advertisement" on the IPv6 interface.  On the IPv4 interface, I have defined my other subnets and the relevant gateways.  

When I connect via client, I still only get routes to my subnet that the server lives in.  Any attempt to ping/traceroute the other subnets go out my normal gateway (not on the VPN).

Again it's been a long time sine I've set this up, and Ipv6 wasn't part of it.  

Suggestions?
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pjamCommented:
I believe 2012 R2 is going to need IPv6.  Perhaps encapsulated into IPv4.
I have not set this up yet, other than in class.  But I believe that you need to set up NAP Enforcement, IPSEC enforcement, GPO, HRA Server, Certificates, Tunnel type (L2TP, SSTP, and PPTP)Enable Routing and Remote Access,
Windows Firewall with Advanced Security to allow connection.
You have probably done most of this and then again, something may be missing.  My 2012R2 is in shipment, so will be tackling it soon myself.
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GRGraybanCommented:
Have you set up Routes or are you using RIP?
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JamesonJendreasAuthor Commented:
Yeah - I'll double back through that list, but that all seems correct.  Not too sure if I was just missing this step or not -  I ended up using classless routes (option 121)  on my DHCP server to build/push routes.  

Not positive, but in the past (2003 server) I think I may have just made either a VB or batch script that manually built the routes for me.
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JamesonJendreasAuthor Commented:
All basic static routes - pretty straight forward.
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JamesonJendreasAuthor Commented:
Resolved issue by using classless routes via DHCP
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