A Windows Server 2003/ISA Server 2000 computer uses the Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS) to manage VPN connections. The ISA Server 2000 component creates packet filters to allow inbound and outbound VPN communications.
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Integrating the DHCP Server with Routing and Remote Access Aug 26, 2019 windows server 2003 - Routing and Remote Access: How to Now I'm trying to set up Windows Server 2003 to connect to a VPN LAN (address space 192.168/16, no default gateway, protocol is PPTP). I want only the 192.168/16 network to go to the VPN connection, the rest should be routed through my server's default gateway. So I thought I'd be able to do this with 'Routing and Remote Access'.
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Windows Server 2003 supports routing with the RRAS, or Routing and Remote Access Service. RRAS is an effective interior router (routing between internal IP networks) for businesses large and small, as well as a very good border router and remote access server. How to configure SSTP VPN on Windows Server - Lukas Beran Now we can set the certificate also for the VPN server. Let’s switch back to the Routing and Remote Access console, right click your server name and select Properties. Go to the tab Security and at the bottom part SSL Certificate Binding select just installed certificate.