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  • How configure server 2003 as a Router using RRAS .

    I have two network segments . Network A is running 192.168.0.0 & the other network B is running 10.10.10.10 class. I want that both these two network should communicate with each others. I am using windows 2003 with network cards .Please guide me that how can i configure server 2003 as a Router using RRAS .

    thanks.

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    Re: How configure server 2003 as a Router using RRAS .

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      Re: How configure server 2003 as a Router using RRAS .

      well i have configured server 2003 as router using RIP.It work fien & i can can route the packets from one network segment to another.

      Well i want to do static routing in my test lab .For that purpose i enable RRAS & choose Router.New Static Route. The following information will be necessary to add a static route:

      Interface
      Destination (Network)
      Network Mask
      Gateway (address)
      Metric

      In interface i have two Lan cards

      LAN1 is 192.168.1.201

      LAN2 is 15.15.15.15

      I choose LAN1 ,please just guide me that what IP should i give to Destination, Network Mask, Gateway. These things are confusing me.

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      • #4
        Re: How configure server 2003 as a Router using RRAS .

        http://support.microsoft.com/kb/178993

        this will guide you well
        Best Regards ,
        Manish Nadkarni

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        • #5
          Re: How configure server 2003 as a Router using RRAS .

          well in my case in one side it is class A network & in the other side class C network. For communication a router is assign .The link which u sent is not clear to me.There is no modem in between it. A very simple network .

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