Routing and Remote Access Blog

VPN articles - straight from Windows development team

February, 2006

  • Cannot reach beyond the RRAS server from VPN clients?

    Many a time we face this issue - after making a VPN connection to the Routing and Remote Access server, we are unable to reach the machine on the network behind the VPN server. Here are a few tips to troubleshoot this. Let's consider this example to...
  • What are the main requirements and factors to configure VPN based remote access?

    To start with you need to decided on VPN client and VPN server :). Lets say you are using inbuilt VPN client in Windows 98/2000/2003/XP and Windows 2000/2003 Server running RRAS. Now lets break-up remote access requirement into following factors: ...
  • VPN – NLB

    Network Load Balancing is intended for stateless applications that do not have long-running in-memory state. Such application treats each client request as an independent operation, and therefore it can load-balance each request independently. Stateless...
  • What are the main features of Microsoft RRAS?

    Routing and remote access service (RRAS) can be used to cater to following scenarios: - Remote access (e.g. employees accessing corporate network from their home, hotel etc). This can be achieved using dialup (analog + ISDN) lines as well as Internet...