Configure a Dial-Up Remote Access Server
Applies To: Windows Server 2008
You can use a server running Routing and Remote Access to provide dial-up access to your corporate intranet. If you want the remote access server to support multiple, dial-up networking TCP/IP-based connections, complete the following steps:
Configure the connection to the intranet.
Configure the connection to the dial-up networking clients.
Configure the dial-in ports.
Configure the remote access server.
Configure multicast support.
Configure network policies.
The following illustration shows the elements of a server running Routing and Remote Access that provides dial-up access to a corporate intranet.
- For more information about configuring a dial-up remote access server, see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=89010.