Updated: April 30, 2010
Applies To: Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2
Instead of manually configuring static routes, you can use Routing Information Protocol (RIP) to manage routes on the following:
Each LAN interface.
Each demand-dial interface that is used for a persistent site-to-site connection.
If you use RIP, you must configure each new LAN interface or demand-dial interface to use RIP, because, typically, each interface is connected to a different subnet.
To configure RIP for a persistent site-to-site connection
For information about how to configure RIP, see Configure RIP for IP.