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Troubleshoot Routing and Remote Access Routing 7.3.1 Troubleshoot Demand-dial Routing As mentioned before, the dial-up method is the good old stand by. Typically, you will either use POTS (plain old telephone service)/PSTN (public switched telephone service) modem or an ISDN adapter for point-to-point dial-up connections. This is the same method you use if you connect to the Internet using a modem and, depending on the DSL service, can be the method used there as well.
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Managing Routing and Remote Access we are going to explore RRAS, the Routing and Remote Access Service. RRAS is most commonly used as a remote access service (the RAS part), whether that is dial-up or VPN. What is often overlooked, however, is the routing functionality that Microsoft has included with the service. Any computer with 2 NICs that is running Windows Server 2003 can be used as a full-featured router,
Troubleshoot Routing and Remote Access Routing Troubleshoot Demand-dial Routing As mentioned before, the dial-up method is the good old stand by. Typically, you will either use a POTS (plain old telephone service)/PSTN (public switched telephone service) modem or an ISDN adapter for point-to-point dial-up connections. This is the same method you use if you connect to the Internet using a modem and, depending on the DSL service, can be the method used there as well
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