Last year we moved from an Intel Client-to-Site VPN solution to BM and are
happy with it. However, when we were on Intel, my VPN users would get a
local IP on our LAN from DHCP that Intel would pass to them. BM doesn't
seem to do that. It hasn't been a problem until now. We are outsourcing
some of our servers and depending on what IP Subnet my home users have
setup at home, my outsourcer has to add their subnet to the security on
the line to allow them to get access to the remote servers. If my remote
users were getting a valid IP on my LAN, this wouldn't be an issue.

Is there a way for BM to give my remote users a local IP?