PPTP VPN on C2821 - no access on remote hosts

Hello, I'm having a problem with a PPTP VPN on a C2821 router running, I can connect to the server and ping the LAN interface but I get no response from any other host in the network. The network looks like this:

Thank you for the help and I am sorry if I posted in the wrong section.

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