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Configuring Demand-Dial Routing
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Once you have enabled demand-dial routing, you can launch the Demand-Dial Interface Wizard by right-clicking the Network Interfaces node in the Routing And Remote Access console tree and then clicking New Demand-Dial Interface. The wizard allows you to configure the basic features of the interface. After the basic demand-dial interface has been created, you can configure and manage its properties in a more detailed way in the Routing And Remote Access console. Demand-dial interface management in the Routing And Remote Access console can be divided into four areas: shortcut menu commands, network interface properties, port and device properties, and IP routing interface features.
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The shortcut menu commands for each demand-dial interface are those that appear when you right-click the interface in the details pane of the Routing And Remote Access console. The interfaces themselves appear in the details pane when you select the Network Interfaces node in the Routing And Remote Access console tree. (See Fig ure 9-20.) Note that in addition to the management features listed below, this shortcut menu allows you to connect/disconnect and enable/disable the demand-dial interface.
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Routing with Windows Server 2003
Figure 9-20
Shortcut menu management features
The following list describes the four commands that are unique to the demand-dial interface shortcut menu:
Set Credentials Allows you to configure the user name and password that the interface uses when it connects to a remote router. Unreachability Reason cessful. Explains why the last connection attempt was unsuc
Set IP Demand-Dial Filters Allows you to limit the type of traffic that initiates a demand-dial connection through this interface. Connections can be limited (fil tered) by source address, destination address, and protocol. Dial-Out Hours Allows you to restrict the number of hours that the demand-dial interface can be used.
Network Interface Properties
When the Network Interfaces node is selected, you can configure these settings in the properties dialog box of the demand-dial interface. The dialog box consists of the four tabs described in the following sections. General Tab This tab allows you to adjust modem features and to set the primary phone number associated with the demand-dial interface. You can use the Alternates button when editing the properties of a dial-up connection to configure a list of alter nate phone numbers for the interface to call in case one is unreachable. You can also choose to adjust the alternate list automatically so that numbers successfully reached are given higher priority.
Lesson 2
Configuring Demand-Dial Routing
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Options Tab
This tab is shown in Figure 9-21.
Figure 9-21
Demand-dial interface options
In the Connection Type area, this tab allows you to configure the interface as Demand Dial or Persistent Connection. Demand-dial interfaces dial on demand, and persistent interfaces redial whenever the connection is lost. Also note that when you configure the interface as Demand Dial, this tab allows you to specify the amount of time the connection should stay idle before it disconnects. The Dialing Policy area allows you to configure the number of redial attempts and the time interval between redials. The Callback button allows you to configure the callback feature. This feature requires the interface, when it receives a call, to disconnect the call and immediately call back to a predetermined number, thus ensuring that only authorized parties establish a connection. The X.25 button allows you to configure the interface for use over X.25 networks. Security Tab This tab allows you to require password and/or data encryption for the demand-dial connection. Advanced settings allow you to specify a set of allowable authentication protocols over which the interface can submit and receive user creden tials. By default, Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP), Microsoft CHAP (MS-CHAP), and Microsoft CHAP version 2 (MS-CHAP v2) are selected as the authentication protocols. ( 10, Configuring and Managing Remote Access, dis cusses authentication protocols and encryption in more detail.) Finally, this tab also allows you to specify a logon script for use with the demand-dial interface.
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