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RAS is easy!! HA

RAS is easy!! HA

RAS is easy!! HA

OK Maybe easy for some people but to us beginners?
I have been able to succesfully instal RAS on my NT4.0 system. I have also succesfully installed the latest DUN for 95 on another PC. I have succesfully connected to my NT server over the internet. (NT server has 2 NIC cards 1 for internal network and one for internet). So far so good. When PPTP is enabled I can not ping my RAS IP address. (also good because with pptp enabled I shouldnt be able to). When I turn pptp off I can ping so i know I have a good connection.
Problem(may be routing which for some reason I cannot get the hang of):
I can not telnet through to my internal machines (One is an AIX system the other is a HP/UX system) I can telnet to them by the way from the NT server itself. I have ALMOST given up on this and called in a pro. This is my last ditch effort! Any takers?

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