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How to configure Routing and Remote Access?

Posted on 2008-10-21
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1) I have a system (Please see the attachment)
2) Please see the RRAS1 (Routing and Remote Access Server)
3)This server is connected to LAN 3 and LAN 4
4) I go to Start> All Programs > Administrative Tools >  Routing and Remote Access
5) I highlight RRAS1
6) I right click the "Configure Routing and Remote Access"
7) I expand the "IP Routing"
8) I highlight " General "
9) On the right side, i see "LAN 3" and "LAN 4" (Both types are "dedicated", "Up" and "Operational")
10) My questions: How to configure this Routing and Remote Access service to ROUTE between LAN 3 and LAN 4?
11) Thank you

Tjie
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If IP routing is enabled on RRAS, it will by default route between directly connected networks.
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