Name

netsh/RAS Context

Synopsis

Configures a remote-access server.

Subcontexts

AAAA
Appletalk
IP
IPX
NETBEUI

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 help.

Commands

aaaa

Switches to AAAA subcontext.

add authtype type=[PAP | SPAP | MD5CHAP | MSCHAP | MSCHAPv2 | EAP]

Specifies additional types of authentication the RAS server can negotiate.

add link type=[SWC | LCP]

Specifies additional link properties that can be used for PPP negotiation.

add multilink type=[MULTI | BACP]

Specifies additional multilink types that can be used for PPP negotiation.

add registeredserver name=domainname server=RASservername

Registers the RAS server in Active Directory.

appletalk

Switches to Appletalk subcontext.

delete [authtype | link | multilink | registeredserver] [options]

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).

dump

Dumps the configuration of the remote-access server as a series of NetShell commands.

ip

Switches to IP subcontext. The commands available in this subcontext are listed in Table 5-12.

ipx

Switches to IPX subcontext.

netbeui

Switches to NETBEUI subcontext.

set authmode mode=[STANDARD | NODCC | BYPASS]

STANDARD means all clients must be authenticated, NODCC bypasses authentication for direct cable connections, and BYPASS means authentication isn’t required for any type of device.

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