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The resolution 1 for Name resolution and connectivity issues on a RRAS that also runs DC, DNS or WINS

Use a static pool of IP addresses that is on a different IP subnet

To solve this issue, you may configure the remote access connections to use a static pool of IP addresses that is on a different IP subnet than the local computers. So that local computers will not try to connect to the RRAS’ PPP adapter because the PPP adapter is on a different IP subnet.

To specify a static address pool in the Routing and Remote Access console, follow these steps:

1. Open RRAS. 

2. Right-click ServerName, for example ChicagoTech.

3. Click Properties and click the IP tab.

4. Click Static address pool, and then click Add.

5. Add a range that does not use the same IP subnet as the local computers. For example, if the local computers are using the 10.0.0.0255.0.0.0 subnet, add a static pool that uses the 192.168.254.0/255.255.255.0 subnet.
 

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