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I installed RAS but cannot access internet when I dial-up from my client PC. I can see from the RAS that I'm connected already, I have a static IP address and DNS setting in my client assigned automatically when I connected to the RAS. We're using active directory and this RAS is a member. Any clue why? Thanks a lot. Walter
ASKED: August 13, 2005  4:48 AM
UPDATED: August 14, 2005  8:36 PM

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That is not enough information to go on to answer your question. I’ll ask some questions. Please post the answers to the group, not me personally, that way, we all have a better chance of figuring out the problem.

1) When connected to RAS, can you ping any other systems on the local network with the RAS?

2) Can you “see” them as Windows system in the Network Neighborhood (yes, I know, the term is outdated, but it’s habit) ?

Do you know what your default gateway and routing table look like? To find out, open a command prompt when logged into the RAS and type “ipconfig /all [Enter]”

To see the routing table, open a command prompt and type “route print [Enter]”

Once you know your default gateway, see if you can ping it.

Let us know what you’ve found.

Bob

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