Ras dial in interface no internet access

I have 2 insterfaces on Server1, one interconfront on vswitch 0 which is inside network, vswtich 0 is functioning fine as various other vm"s are on it... vswitch 1 is external, does work-related as I can ping to the PIX from the server.

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Problem, i cannot ping to anypoint over inside interchallenge. I have actually checked IP address/WINS config, ok. when i rotate off RAS sercie, i can ping/browse to file share. when i rotate it back on, i cannot browse or ping inside, but i can ping external.

1. is this normal behavior

2. can i configure my RAS server to also act as a terminal server? or am i asking too much?


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Dashrender Dec 2, 2010 at 11:19 UTC

they should be the exact same.

I"m thinking the most basic thing for you to do though (and make certain it"s right) would be to uninstall RRAS, collection your Internal IP attend to to a static one, and then reinstall RRAS, and through some luck, this time the direction will be correct.

I"m not also sure if RRAS can occupational with DHCP on one of it"s interdeals with, probably it have the right to, yet I sucount wouldn"t desire to carry out it. As you witnessed the rules were tied to the IP, and if that deal with ever before adjusted, life would really suck for you.


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Nov 26, 2010 at 10:32 UTC

Is the Windows Firewall organization on?


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Greg.Forsythe Nov 26, 2010 at 10:48 UTC

The windows firewall is off.


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Dashrender Nov 26, 2010 at 11:25 UTC

You have the right to have your RAS server act as a TS server, yet carry out you really desire to? Why not create another VM on your box, that is assuming you have actually nessecary hardware growth area.

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As for your ping problem, I think this can be a routing issue through RAS mounted, I"ve seen this issue prior to, but it"s been years and also can"t recontact what I did to settle my concern.


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Greg.Forsythe Nov 26, 2010 at 11:39 UTC

It comes down to a windows server licensing concern. This is for a non-profit, and with financial times aas they are, i was happy to acquire a new box to virtualize through.

So, yeah, i WANT to have both services on the exact same box to minimize server sprawl, even online server sprawl. I hate to waste 2 server licensenses on when each is not provided heavily, simply generally by a dozen individuals.


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Dashrender Nov 26, 2010 at 12:58 UTC

Are you making use of your RAS server as a VPN endpoint for outside users? For security reasons, and so on, I would imply that you have actually that be it"s very own box. Even better if you have the right to put it on an appliance prefer a Cisco ASA or SonicWall.

If you"re utilizing Dial-up, well that"s one more story.

 

In either situation, I can check out no factor why you can"t setup TS on this same box, but you need to put the server into Application Setting ASAP as you proceed to perform it"s setapproximately encertain you don"t have actually new difficulties.


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rograham Nov 28, 2010 at 15:45 UTC

RAS (RRAS) is probably transforming your routing semantics. Since this problem is repeatable, I would certainly imply doing a "route print" command before and also after you begin up the RAS attribute. Look for any distinctions to provide you a hint for the following logical step.

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Dashrender Dec 2, 2010 at 08:20 UTC

With RRAS allowed, open up a command prompt and type "route print" and seperately "ip config /all" and also write-up the results.

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Greg.Forsythe Dec 2, 2010 at 08:59 UTC

C:Documents and also SettingsAdministrator.domainname>ipconfig /all

Windows IP Configuration

Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : Server1 Key Dns Sufresolve . . . . . . . : domainname.org Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Unrecognized IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : Yes WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : Yes DNS Sufdeal with Search List. . . . . . : domainname.org

Ethernet adapter outside:

Ethernet adapter inside: