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Server08 RRAS - creates a 2nd DNS entry for the server with diff IP??!

Server08 RRAS - creates a 2nd DNS entry for the server with diff IP??!

Server08 RRAS - creates a 2nd DNS entry for the server with diff IP??!

Hello everyone.

I have a simple setup of an sbs08 server running RRAS.  It works flawless but when someone connects via vpn it creates a 2nd DNS entry for the sbs08 server.
srv IP=

if someone vpn's:
srv IP=

Is there a way to prevent that 2nd DNS entry from being created?  At least that's what I've been observing when the 2nd entry is created.  I do see that 51 address under RRAS - IPv4 - General - Internal (IP address column).

My DHCP scope for distribution is
I am excluding for VPN which I set on the RRASS manager by right clicking on the server name - IPv4 tab - selecting Static address pool and entering my excluded range.

Is this normal behaviour for RRAS?

thank you

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