This tutorial will show you how to install and configure Routing and Remote Access on Windows Server 2008 to route the internet into your local network and also accept VPN connections from remote clients.

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20 thoughts on “Routing and Remote Access – Windows Server 2008 SP2”
  1. I m configuring RRAS on win ser 2008, DHCP already enable by router both side, for RRAS, do we need to install Domain controller, DNS and DHCP. bcoz, already two side available internet, but they unable to communicate each other… for testing purpose, I installed win ser 2008 & configured RRAS, but it ask DHCP relay agent and already IP taking from both by routers…Plz clear the point send me configuration steps…

  2. MAD PROPS! BECAUSE OF YOU WE HAVE FINALLY CONNECTED OUR NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE TO THE THAT GOLDEN GLOBE WE CALL THE INTERNET! THANK YOU!! WE WERE SO CLOSE, BUT YOUR VIDEO HELPED US TIE THE LOSE ENDS! CHEERS!

  3. Thanks for the video..
    I have an issue here….Using VM workstation 9.I have setup 2 domain controllers each running exchange 2010.one has IP 192.168.1.1 and the other 192.168.2.1.exchange is running fine and the users in the respective domains can email each thru outlook.but the problem is; how do I route the 2 networks to have users email across the domains.I tried to configure 2 servers as routers but am stuck on this network project.anay help will be grateful

  4. This is a great tutorial. really useful. I want to setup a server with just VPN, no NAT. I have a sonicwall TZ210, and I have to configure NAT there too. Throw me a bone.

  5. Hi there, I've just setup a VPN server with RRAS. I am still getting an 806 VPN error when I try to connect. I know this means that GRE is not allowed on the firewall. When you install the VPN and NAT feature of RRAS, Windows adjusts your firewall to allow GRE and port 1723. I am not sure what I am doing wrong. In this video I saw you added a router option in DHCP. Would this help? Any advice would be welcome.

  6. hey there, thanks for the very well crafted screen shot, i have few queries please do entertain them, i have a single server machine, and I have to configured my LAN, internet sharing and my DHCP on single server, you have mentioned that I have to configure my DHCP server, my DHCP server is the same machine, so please do let me know how should I proceed, I have a small office network of max 25 machines,and I need to configure a single server for my intranet and my internet to clients,do guide me

  7. So, do you configure both interfaces first? When I tried configuring one interface for the public (internet) network and the other for the private network, 2008 reset one interface and everything died.

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