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Cisco Router dial backup to Windows 2000 Server with RRAS

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Hi Guys, Here is what I have and want to accomplish.  I have a Cisco router 2610 and a Windows 2000 Server with Routing and Remote Access.  My goal is this:

When my serial line on my router goes down, I want the dial backup interface to kick in and dial into my RRAS.  My second question is, how in the world will I make them authenticate with each other and have the routing occuring?  I know that I can make my windows 2000 server a router.  I do know how to make a dial backup for cisco router to cisco router.  Any clues anyone?
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by:Scotty_cisco
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when you speek of the dial back up who is dialing the cisco out a BRI or a async modem ... and is it dialing your ras server or at they the same location.

The dial back up for the cisco is pretty straight forward but how are you dialing the backup is the main question is it async or isdn?

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Scott
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My dial backup is just an analog line through an async modem.  For now, the router and RRAS server is at the same location which is in my office but I will have to deploy it pretty soon.  Before I do deploy it, I want some kind of backup which was the dial backup to my RRAS (windows 2000 server)
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so are you going to be backing up what ???? the serial interface???

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Yes, the serial interface but for now I just want to configure and troubleshoot the ethernet.
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looks like you have 2 questions that are the same is this correct???
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Yupe, my bad.
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