Re: RRAS and Class C

Kevin Ingram ( (no email) )
Wed, 26 Aug 1998 07:41:27 -0500

I would put them on a Demand Dial Interface, and then use the static route
function in RRAS admin to add the static route. Make sure you are routing
traffic to that class C to your server from your router/etc. I do this
through my NT server this way.


-----Original Message-----
From: Paul W. Wilcox <>
To: <>
Date: Wednesday, August 26, 1998 4:16 AM
Subject: RRAS and Class C

>We have just put an NT based RRAS/NT4.0 solution into one of our regional
>nodes, and I'm having trouble doimg something which should be quite
>fundamental. Can anyone help? Here's the issue;
>Customer dials in through RRAS and pulls an IP address of
>ethernet address) we need to then route their class c (
>through their dial-up connection. I have tried just putting a static route
>in thorugh the commend prompt of
> mask
>but to no avail. Am I missing something left of center with RRAS? Surely
>there must be a way of routing a class c through a dial-up connection
>initiated by the customer.
>Any help would be GREATLY appreciated.
>Paul W. Wilcox
>Director - Sales and Marketing
>Surf The Net Australia
>Phone: +61 2 9439 9830