VPN not works when DHCP enabled

PPTP VPN get connects but status says No Internet Access when DHCP is enabled in router but when i disable it VPN works fine , problem is i need to keep DHCP enabled so roter automatically assign IPs to new devices... and VPN also works..

Windows 7

connection to router is via wifi

Which router/modem devices?

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Which router/modem devices?

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Huawei B593u-12

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Huawei B593u-12

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Does it have IPSec/PPTP/L2TP passthrough options?

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Huawei B593u-12

Does it have IPSec/PPTP/L2TP passthrough options?

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it has no vpn settings in firmware … problem is with Windows VPN connection, because on other Android devices connected with router has no issues when connection made to vpn even though DHCP is enabled…

why dont you just assign a static IP to your Windows PC.

Then it wont be using or needing DHCP.

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why dont you just assign a static IP to your Windows PC.
Then it wont be using or needing DHCP.
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There are other devices need to be connected and if dhcp disabled router doesn’t assign addresses and they stuck at obtaining ip

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There are other devices need to be connected and if dhcp disabled router doesn't assign addresses and they stuck at obtaining ip

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I am not saying disable router DHCP.

I am saying just assign static IP address to your PC from the TCP/IPv4 setting in the network adapter settings.

Then your PC won't use DHCP.

seems more like your PC problem.

you should try to replicate the problem on a different laptop/PC.

or on a Virtual Machine (set the networking as bridged)

Assign a static IP to the PC from router DHCP settings.

these are the images on router DHCP settings..what settings need to be done in here for VPN to work fine

further settings

Make a reserved address entry for your PC using PC's MAC address.

what difference will it makes?

couldn't solve the issue, now set DHCP disabled and manually allocated IPs to each device

this is some serious issue with win 7 cuz when i hit google with this issue there are tons of posts related to this even at Microsoft Q&A forum

Tried uninstalling/updating the network adapter drivers?

too lazy to do that

Problem Solved by returning to XP :wacko: