ras leases in dhcp Server

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    swapneel
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    Hi,

    We have Configured DHCP Server with some Limited IP Scope, in DHCP Console found some Systems (Windows XP) has got IP from this DHCP Scope but Shows RAS under Uniq ID ?

    What it is ? How do I remove there Lease ? Because those system has Static IP address which working Fine.

    Please suggest.

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    cruachan
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    Re: ras leases in dhcp Server

    RAS addresses are reserved in DHCP by an RRAS server and are for remote access (VPN) clients. Have the machines ever connected remotely?

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    Ossian
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    #189750

    Re: ras leases in dhcp Server

    There is an option somewhere in RRAS to NOT grab leases from DHCP – search the settings

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    swapneel
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    Re: ras leases in dhcp Server

    Hi !
    Thanks for reply,
    Systems are connected in Local not on remote ever.

    Finnaly doing more work on to Windows 2003R2 Server; We upgarded the operating System to Windows 2008R2 with Allow and Deny filter Option. Here We did not Found any RAS Client.

    Its an amzing to Work on Windows 2008R2 Edition :razz:

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