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Configure LAN Routing using RRAS for my testing lab

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Experts, good day!

Please enlighten my ignorance!

One expert advised me that i can use Lan Routing thru RRas on my virtual lab to simulate 2 domain replication in different site.

What i want to understand and to do- is to how to configure Lan Routing thru RRAS on my virtual lab using Virtual PC.

These are what i have:
- 1 Virtual OS windows 2003/ exchange 2003 (branch1)
- another virtual OS windows 2003/ exchange 2003 (branch2)
- Virtual client OSes winXP

What i want is to simulate replication/ communication between these 2 branches using VPC, that users can still login and access their mails wether they went to these 2 branches.

I badly want to understand this, it seems that i cannot continue my learning in windows 2008 without proving that i can do this beforehand.
Please help. Thank you.

-charles
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Ok. i found the below link and soon will test if this answers my query. Fyi.

http://thelazyadmin.com/search/SearchResults.aspx?q=routing+with+rras+part+2&s=19

-charles
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