RE: RRAS routing to Internet

George G. Stossel ( (no email) )
Thu, 11 Dec 1997 15:17:46 -0500


If your NT server at work has a dedicated (or demand dialup through
RRAS) connection to the internet, you need only set up DUN on your home
system and call the NT server at work to be part of the office LAN. As
for your IP address, if you don't set up DHCP on the office server, you
will have to take home an IP address and subnet mask that makes home
look like part of the office LAN. M$ has a nice training package on
TCP/IP that sells for under US$100 that will lead you through the set up
and take some of the edge off of the mystique for you.


George G. Stossel, President Phone:
DACOR Computer Systems FAX: 419.353.0149
519 W. Wooster Street Sales: 800.447.5333
Bowling Green, OH 43402-2763 03 USA Email:

-----Original Message-----
From: Erik Moberg []
Sent: Thursday, December 11, 1997 2:29 PM
Subject: RRAS routing to Internet

Is there anyone out there that nows how to route Internet form
my work to my home network with a modem. I am using WinNT Server
4.0 with Routing & Ras at both ends. Do I need to set up a
static route or what?

Erik Moberg

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