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Hello, I have setup a second windows 2003 dc with ad,dns and dhcp installed and configured. I am attempting to mirror the settings from the already installed windows 2003 std server. When I check the dhcp address leases folder on the primary server I see about 10-addresses that are setup as "RAS" connections and the rest are normal leases. I am trying to setup the new DHCP service the same way but can't determine how to force a group of leased addresses to be ras types. I have setup RAS on the new server and it looks the same except ...

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    Hello,

    I have setup a second windows 2003 dc with ad,dns and
    dhcp installed and configured. I am attempting to mirror
    the settings from the already installed windows 2003 std
    server. When I check the dhcp address leases folder on
    the primary server I see about 10-addresses that are
    setup as "RAS" connections and the rest are normal
    leases. I am trying to setup the new DHCP service the
    same way but can't determine how to force a group of
    leased addresses to be ras types. I have setup RAS on the
    new server and it looks the same except there is
    a "Internal Connection" type that I can access from the
    IP Routing...General tab that is not enabled and
    configured. I am guessing that I have missed something
    when I initially installed ras.

    Does anyone have any ideas?

    Thanks in advance!
    Guest

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    Default Re: DHCP/RAS

    Hi,

    Check out this article:
    [url]http://support.microsoft.com:80/support/kb/articles/q160/6/99.asp&NoWebContent=1[/url]

    --
    Arek Iskra
    Microsoft MVP for Windows Server

    <anonymousdiscussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:22bcd01c45e2b$5c03e3e0$a601280aphx.gbl...
    > Hello,
    >
    > I have setup a second windows 2003 dc with ad,dns and
    > dhcp installed and configured. I am attempting to mirror
    > the settings from the already installed windows 2003 std
    > server. When I check the dhcp address leases folder on
    > the primary server I see about 10-addresses that are
    > setup as "RAS" connections and the rest are normal
    > leases. I am trying to setup the new DHCP service the
    > same way but can't determine how to force a group of
    > leased addresses to be ras types. I have setup RAS on the
    > new server and it looks the same except there is
    > a "Internal Connection" type that I can access from the
    > IP Routing...General tab that is not enabled and
    > configured. I am guessing that I have missed something
    > when I initially installed ras.
    >
    > Does anyone have any ideas?
    >
    > Thanks in advance!

    Arek Iskra [MVP] Guest

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