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I am setting us a Windows 2008 R2 Rras server on internal network there is a DC running with DNS and DHCP on Users are assigned when connecting to VPN in RRAS. Once connected user can ping anything on the 10.70.0.x network and resolve internal and external DNS information. They can not however route to internet sites. Usually i would split the tunnel but that is not what the client wants. The RRAS server has just one NIC installed.

Remote user -> Home router -> Public IP on firewall -> Internal ip RRAS

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Just one /24 network? Can the VPN client ping the LAN ip of the firewall? Can the firewall ping the IP assigned to the VPN client? – TheCleaner May 31 '13 at 4:58
Yes just one /24 Everything pings fine. I can RDP to server on the LAN but cant pass internet traffic. – Travis May 31 '13 at 15:37

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