Configuring IP Routing

Continuing from the previous exercise, when the summary page of the Routing And Remote Access Server Setup Wizard appears, it’s going to remind you to do the following things, depending on whether you chose to use demand-dial connections:

  • Add demand-dial interfaces if you want to support demand dialing.
  • Give each routable interface a network address for each protocol it carries. For example, if you’re using IP and IPX on a computer with three NICs, each NIC that participates in routing needs to have distinct IP and IPX addresses.
  • Install and configure the routing protocols (for example, RIP for IP in this case) on the interfaces that should support them.

These three actions form the core of what you must do to make your ...

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