OK so here is my setup... I have two Windows 2003 servers in one physical environment, and one Windows 2012 server in another physical location.
Galactus is the RRAS/VPN Server
Magneto is a member 2003 Server
HYPERV is the Windows 2012 R2 server.
I have successfully connected the two sites with VPN, and joined HYPERV to the Windows domain. From HYPERV, I can browse the remote network, ping the remote network, copy files, etc.
From GALACTUS, I can ping HYPERV, I can browse it, copy files, etc.
From MAGNETO, I CANNOT ping, browse, or copy to HYPERV.
Location 1 physical network:
192.168.1.x subnet, 192.168.1.5 gateway (which is our router)
Location 2 physical network:
192.168.1.x subnet, 192.168.1.1 gateway (which is our router)
Location 1 IP addresses:
MAGNETO - 192.168.1.10
GALACTUS - 192.168.1.20
Location 2 IP Address:
HYPERV - 192.168.1.36
When I dial in with the VPN, GALACTUS takes a second address of 192.168.1.210, which I also CANNOT ping from Magneto.
HYPERV takes a second address of 192.168.1.210, which I also CANNOT ping from Magneto.
I have blacked out the public files, but attached are the screenshots of ROUTE PRINT, as well as IPCONFIG /ALL.