Configures a remote-access server.
Only commands for the IP subcontext are covered in this section. For
a list of commands in a different subcontext, switch to that
subcontext and type
Switches to AAAA subcontext.
Specifies additional types of authentication the RAS server can negotiate.
Specifies additional link properties that can be used for PPP negotiation.
Specifies additional multilink types that can be used for PPP negotiation.
Registers the RAS server in Active Directory.
Switches to Appletalk subcontext.
Removes a RAS authentication, PPP link, or PPP multilink type or
unregisters a RAS server in Active Directory (see the
add commands earlier in this list for the syntax).
Dumps the configuration of the remote-access server as a series of NetShell commands.
Switches to IP subcontext. The commands available in this subcontext are listed in Table 5-12.
Switches to IPX subcontext.
Switches to NETBEUI subcontext.
STANDARD means all clients must be authenticated,
NODCC bypasses authentication for direct cable
BYPASS means authentication
isn’t required for any type of device.