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Windows Server 2003 in a Nutshell by Mitch Tulloch

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RRAS

Synopsis

See also Connections and VPN

Add a server to the RRAS console

Routing and Remote Access Add a Server

Configure and enable RRAS as a dial-up remote access server

Routing and Remote Access Configure and Enable Routing and Remote Access Remote Access (Dial-up or VPN)

Configure and enable RRAS in a plain vanilla configuration you can later customize

Routing and Remote Access Configure and Enable Routing and Remote Access Custom Configuration

Configure and enable RRAS to connect two networks together using PPPoE

Routing and Remote Access Configure and Enable Routing and Remote Access Secure Connection Between Two Private Networks

Configure and enable RRAS to provide Internet access through network address translation

Routing and Remote Access Configure and Enable Routing and Remote Access Network Address Translation (NAT)

Configure dial-up settings for remote access users

Users Managing Domain Users Configure a User Dial-in

Create or edit a remote access policy and profile

Routing and Remote Access Configure a Remote Access Policy

Routing and Remote Access—Concepts Remote Access Policies

Disconnect a remote client with no warning

Routing and Remote Access Configure RRAS Manage Remote Access Clients

Display or modify the routing table

route

Display the status of a server and its ports

Routing and Remote Access Configure RRAS Monitor RRAS

Display the status of connected remote clients

Routing and Remote Access ...

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