Alloy RRAS Driver
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Alloy RRAS Driver
The Configuration dialog box of the wizard appears, as seen in Figure 6.
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The Routing and Remote Access Server Setup Wizard includes the most common configuration options to make the configuration process as easy as possible. The Remote Access dialog box of the wizard appears, as seen in Figure 6. The Remote Access dialog box allows you to set up dial-in connections, VPN connections, or both types of connections. This is the connection that is used by remote access VPN clients Alloy RRAS connect to Alloy RRAS server.
This provides additional security on that network adapter. Click Next to continue.
Select Automatically to allow the server to use a network DHCP server for issuing addresses or to automatically assign addresses by using the server default addresses. Click Alloy RRAS to complete the installation.
The Completing the Routing and Remote Access Server Setup Wizard allows you to double check your settings before you commit the changes permanently. Configure Routing and Remote Access user authentication. Alloy RRAS
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IAS can also provide authentication and accounting for additional network services, including authenticated DHCP in which case a user cannot get Alloy RRAS IP address without authenticating successfullynetwork and wireless connectivity, and switch, router, and firewall management authentication, to name a few. Click Details to open the Networking Services dialog box, as seen Alloy RRAS Figure 6.
Click OK to return to the Windows Components dialog box. The Networking Services dialog box Alloy RRAS you to add or remove any of the available Windows Server networking services.
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Click Next to continue the installation. When the installation progress is complete, the Completing the Windows Components Alloy RRAS dialog box appears.
Click Finish to complete the installation. Right-click the server located in the left pane of the Routing and Remote Access console and select Properties.
The server Properties dialog box appears. Select the Security tab, as seen in Figure 6.
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The Security tab is used to configure the authentication Alloy RRAS accounting providers and the authentication method used to authenticate client systems. Then click Configure to the right of this drop-down menu to configure the authentication provider. You need to enter the name or IP address of the server and a secret to authenticate the server Alloy RRAS but recommended. Then, if needed, you can also set a timeout value the length of time to wait for a response from the RADIUS server and an initial score.
The default is You can also require the use of the message authenticator, which uses a shared secret to provide an additional level of security through the Alloy RRAS of digital signatures. The Change Secret dialog box, as seen in Figure 6.
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Enter the same secret the longer, the better in both fields and click OK to save the secret. Click OK again to return to Alloy RRAS Security tab.
The default is Windows Accounting, which stores accounting information locally. You need to Alloy RRAS the name or IP address of the server and a secret to authenticate the server.
Then, if needed, you can also set a timeout value and an initial score. The Change Secret dialog box appears. Exam Alert: Port is used for authentication, and port is used for accounting. The final configuration for this architecture is to configure IAS to permit your Windows Server Alloy RRAS to use IAS for authentication and accounting.