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Routing and Remote Access Server 2003

Posted on 2014-02-20
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Hello,
Here is my setup, I have a Back Of House Server(BOH) with 2 Nics, one Nic is configured for internet access and is connected my corp LAN.  The other is configured for my point of sale network and has no internet access.  The are 2 different subnets.  These networks are physically segmented as well.  I need to connect a Security camera Server to the POS network and it requires internet access.  Can I use RRAS to accomplish this?  What is the best approach for doing this if possible.  Thanks for your help.

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Sure.  Just enable RRAS, configure it for LAN routing, and then use the server's POS address for the camera's default gateway.
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