My customer is using Windows 2003 VPN RAS. The client is XP. The client connects to the RAS and authenticates. We can ping all internal addresses but cannot ping Internet addresses nor connect to the Internet. The client is using DHCP from the server which uses DHCP pool. We use a proxy connection, and this is set on the client VPN connection.
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The problem seems to be that the VPN client cannot connect to the Internet. Can you advise me?
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