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How does RRAS determine which routes to send to connecting clients?

My Active Directory schema has three sites: Production (10.2.1.0/24, 10.5.1.0/24) Location A (10.1.1.0/24) Location B (192.168.10.0/24) I have set up RRAS servers before in both Production and ...
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AWS VPN Tunnel going down without traffic

I managed to setup a site-to-site VPN connection from Amazon VPC to a company's network, and after a lot of configuration it was working fine, but now i realized that the VPN tunnel is DOWN every time ...
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Static routes for VPN clients not working in Windows Server 2008 R2 RRAS

I am configuring a simple hub-and-spoke VPN using Windows Server 2008 R2 and RRAS. It is going very well and I now have a router configured to establish a VPN connection to the server. However, I have ...
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LAN to LAN VPN connectivity issues

I have a route-based VPN with limited functionality. My computers on site-A can ping one workstation on site-B, it happens to be the only workstation that is not part of the domain that has been ...
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Connecting two networks together with OpenVPN

I have two Debian boxes sitting on two separate networks. I am trying to set up an OpenVPN link across the internet between the two and I've hit a little roadblock. I would like to set this up so ...
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Persistent static route stops working after VPN drops and reconnects

I've got a VPN between two networks, one home and one office (A and B). Their subnets are: (A) 192.168.1.0 and (B) 192.168.0.0 The two networks have identical ADSL routers. Unfortunately these can ...
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How to connect to Wi-Fi device through another machine available through VPN?

We are developing app for device named iTach WF2IR, but we doesn't actually have that device, we will get one in 4 weeks or so. Meanwhile, we should make demo for that device in a week. So we decided ...
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How to automatically assign a route to client in Windows Server PPTP VPN?

Is there a way to configure PPTP VPN on Windows Server which automatically tells the client to add a route for the private network? I have to do it manually on every PC (once) using following command ...