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  From the February 2016 Issue of Prestwood eMag
 
Tech Windows Server 2003:
Assign IP Address Range to VPN Clients
 
Posted 10 years ago on 4/11/2010
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KB102148

Question:

On Windows Server 2003, how do you assign a specific range of IP addresses using DHCP to VPN clients?


Answer:

On your VPN server, in Routing and Remote Access (Administrative Tools | Routing and Remote Access), right click server (your VPN server), select Properties. On the IP tab, edit the Static Address Pool.


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