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Configuring VPN address assignment

  1. In the Forefront TMG  Management console tree, click Virtual Private Networks (VPN).

  2. On the Tasks tab, click Define Address Assignments, and complete the settings appropriate for your deployment on the Address Assignment tab.

  3. In Static address pool, assign static addresses to the remote VPN gateway or the remote VPN clients.

  4. In Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), assign addresses dynamically to the remote VPN gateway or the remote VPN clients.

  5. If you select Static address pool, do the following:

    1. Click Add.
    2. In the Start address box, type the first address in the range of addresses to assign to the VPN clients.
    3. In the End address box, type the last address in the range of addresses to assign to the VPN clients.
  6. In Use the following network to obtain DHCP, DNS and WINS services, select the network on which the name resolution servers are located.

  7. Click Advanced, and then do the following:

    1. In Name Resolution, select one of the following:
      Obtain DNS server addresses using DHCP configuration. Select this option if VPN clients should obtain the DNS server by using a DHCP configuration.
      Use the following DNS server addresses. Select this option to provide the static IP address of the DNS server that VPN clients should use for name resolution.
    2. If you select Use the following DNS server addresses, in Primary, type the IP address of a DNS server located on the Internal network that the VPN clients can use to resolve names on the Internal network. In Backup, type the IP address of a DNS server (located on the Internal network) that the VPN clients can use to resolve names on the Internal network, when the primary DNS server is not available.
    3. Select one of the following:
      Obtain WINS server addresses using DHCP configuration. Select this option if VPN clients should obtain the WINS server by using a DHCP configuration.
      Use the following WINS server addresses. Select this option in order to provide the static IP address of the WINS server that VPN clients should use for name resolution.
    4. If you select Use the following WINS server addresses, in Primary, type the IP address of a WINS server located on the Internal network that the VPN clients can use to resolve names on the Internal network. In Backup, type the IP address of a WINS server (located on the Internal network) that the VPN clients can use to resolve names on the Internal network, when the primary DNS server is not available.
Cc984428.note(en-us,TechNet.10).gifImportant:
Routing and Remote Access users are not supported. The remote IP address range specified in the wizard must exactly match the network definition and subnet mask on the remote site.
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