1213 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Aug 14, 2007 1:48 AM by Lee McMurtry
I've been doing a little more digging on this problem and this is what I have found on another forum.
You shouldn't need to restart the VPN service at all.
When the VPN gets to the end of its address range it'll just wrap around, re-using any addresses that aren't already assigned. This means that if you have a range of 10 IPs, 192.168.1.101-110, the 10th connection will get the .110 address and the 11th will get the .1 address (provided it isn't already in use by another user at that time).
In my case when we reach last IP it won't go back to the 1st IP address in the pool.