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2000 server routing and remote access

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I had this problem before and cannot remember how i fixed it.

Windows 2000 server, with 2 nics, both static ip's. Trying to configure server as a vpn server as well.

Adressing is assigned by an external linksys router.
Router/gateway is
Lan connection 1 -
Lan connection 2 -
(Both nic's also have 2 dns servers inputted as provided by my isp).

Internet browsing works ok.
As soon as i attempt to enable routing and remote access, it asks me which card is connected to the internet (of course they both are!)
regardless of which one i choose, as soon as rras is activated it kills my internet connection... server can no longer browse.
I know this is something silly and i cannot remember what i'm doing wrong... is it related to dhcp relay somehow?
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is suspect you forgot to configure something


check the above for basic config
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