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Here is my diagram Server has two NIC: One connect to Internet, one connect to internal network. RAS service is configured with static IP pool on the same subnet of internal network (10.10.0.x). The problem is when a client connect to server, client can connect to server(, but cannot connect to another host locate in internal network ( even cannot ping to RAS configured with IP routing enabled, client connect with options: Use default gateway on remote network. I'm messed up and can not figure out what wrong. Please help me T_T.

TIA, giobuon

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Have you enabled "Allow callers to access my local network" (or something similar depending on the exact version of Windows) within the TCP/IP properties of your RAS server definition?

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Can I enable it after created RAS server? I have to resolve this issue on remote system so I can't remove and recreate RAS. Thanks. – Gk. Jun 20 '11 at 17:22
It's a "check box" within the TCP/IP properties, so no need to remove anything. – user48838 Jun 20 '11 at 17:52
I'm using windows server 2003, and it seems do not have that option. – Gk. Jun 21 '11 at 5:06
Within your RAS server/connector definition? – user48838 Jun 21 '11 at 5:22
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Agggg, I finally found that Trend Micro Office Scan client causes this.

Anyway, thank you all for your help.

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