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  • LAN Routing with RRAS using Dial-up

    Dear All,

    Here is the secnario:

    Client with Dialup Connection will Dial to Server using RRAS. The connection is established and it's getting IP address using DHCP.

    The client can ping and establish a Remote Desktop to the server is fine without any problem.

    The server IP Address is

    172.25.1.20/24
    D.G: 172.25.1.1

    Is it possible to the client to access another server is the same subnet the the 172.25.1.20 is in?

    IS RRAS >> Properties >> General Tab, the Router is Checked and LAN Routing is enabled.

    Do i have to add route in the client machine which is connected to 172.25.1.20 ?

    route add 172.25.1.20 mask 255.255.255.0 172.25.1.1 -p

    Or how the client which is connected to the RRAS Server 172.25.1.20 will be able to access too another server in the same subnet?

    Thanks,

    Habibalby
    ================================
    HND: Higher National Diploma in
    Computer Science(IT)


    Passed:
    MCSA+Security 2003, VCP3, VCP4
    Done:VMware DSA
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  • #2
    Re: LAN Routing with RRAS using Dial-up

    There no real issue for this question to TS forum.

    You can use RRAS as router:

    Please review:

    http://www.computerperformance.co.uk/Litmus/rras.htm

    and RRAS help files.
    Best Regards,

    Yuval Sinay

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yuval14, Blog: http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/yuval14

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    • #3
      Re: LAN Routing with RRAS using Dial-up

      Yes, I agree with you it might be it's not the area which is suppost to be for RRAS, but there is not other Area covers the RRAS in here. That;s why I'm posting this thread in this forum. If you would like to remove it to some other forum, that will be good so next time directly will be posted there.

      Anyway, thanks for your reply and the useful link which you have provided me. However, it didn't answer my question.

      My Question once again is, if you have a Windows 2003 configured as a RAS to accest Incoming Connection using a Modem. The connection will be accespted by the RAS and the client will be connected.

      The DHCP Relay Agent will provide the Client an IP Address, Subnet Mask and D.Gateway. Now, the Default Gatway which is getting by the Client is the same IP Address for the Server.

      Assume that the Server IP Address is:
      IP: 172.25.1.20
      S.M: 255.25.255.0
      D.G: 172.25.1.1
      DNS: 172.25.1.5

      If the client connects to the Server then the client IP which is provided by RAS Server is:
      IP:172.25.1.25
      S.M:255.255.255.0
      D.G: 172.25.1.20
      No DNS

      Now, if the Client which is connected to RAS Server wants to access another resoure in the same subnet the RAS Server is located, will that be possible by the Default Gateway which is provided by RAS?

      or the route as to be added there?

      Thanks,

      Habibalby
      ================================
      HND: Higher National Diploma in
      Computer Science(IT)


      Passed:
      MCSA+Security 2003, VCP3, VCP4
      Done:VMware DSA
      ================================[/COLOR]

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      • #4
        Re: LAN Routing with RRAS using Dial-up

        There two option that you can try:

        1. Use default gateway on remote network - On the client side. Will help
        the client to surf on the LAN (You need to disable this option to
        allow it to work).

        2. DHCP - The DHCP sould give the correct settings to the client.
        However, the client even dint get DNS settings so you will need
        to find out why the DHCP & DHCP Relay doesnt work as it should.
        Best Regards,

        Yuval Sinay

        LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yuval14, Blog: http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/yuval14

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        • #5
          Re: LAN Routing with RRAS using Dial-up

          hi yuval14,

          Yes, it works now after correcting the Default Gateway and the DHCP Relary Agent in the RAS itself.

          Thanks once again for your great help.

          Habibalby,
          ================================
          HND: Higher National Diploma in
          Computer Science(IT)


          Passed:
          MCSA+Security 2003, VCP3, VCP4
          Done:VMware DSA
          ================================[/COLOR]

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