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IOS VPN IP addressinsg and routing

Hi all,

I have setup a PPTP VPDN on a 1700 router. my internal IP is 192.168.0.0 and I use 10.1.1.0 range for my VPN local pool. is there a way to setup PPtp vpdn (like you do with PIX) where you can assign IP addresses from your internal IP range? I have tried and the only way I was able to get it to work was different IP address than the internal one for VPN clients.

Thanks,

Stepan Safarloo

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Re: IOS VPN IP addressinsg and routing

IP Address assignment is based on the username and the group to which the user is assigned. No matter how many vpdn groups are defined, it would always take the pool defined in the first group only as it is based on the username and password defined.

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Re: IOS VPN IP addressinsg and routing

I understand your point. I don't have different VPDN groups or multiple pools defined. I only want to use an IP range from my intenal IP address space. I tested each configuration seperate and couldn't get the routing to work when my pool was in the same IP space as my LAN.

Regards,

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