Due to changes in Windows 2000 RRAS, the subject option is no longer available.
You can force it using any of the following methods:
Edit the Registry.1. Set the remote access policy to Server settings define policy.
2. Use Regedt32 to navigate to:
On the Edit menu, Add Value name AllowClientIpAddresses as a REG_DWORD data type. Set the data value to1.
Modify the remote access 'Allow access if dial-in permission is enabled' policy.1. Depending on how you configured user authentication, open the RRAS MMC or IAS MMC snap-in.
2. Select Remote Access Policies.
3. Right-click Allow access if dial-in permission is enabled, and press Properties.
4. Press Edit Profile on the Policy Condition dialogue.
5. Press IP on the Edit Dial-in properties dialog.
6. Press Client may request an IP address.
7. Press OK and OK.
NOTE: The above allows any client to request an IP Address.To restrict it to some clients, you must create a new policy with new conditions.
RRAS server is not a part of a domain.If the Windows 2000 RRAS server is NOT part of a domain, My Network Places has an Incoming Connections icon which you can use:
1. Right-click My Network Places and press Properties.
2. Right-click Incoming Connections and press Properties.
3. Press Networking.
4. Press Internet Protocol(TCP/IP) and press Properties.
5. Select Allow calling computer to specify its own IP address.
6. Close My Network Places.