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Working with RRAS

When a Routing and Remote Access Server is configured with the Use DHCP to assign remote TCP/IP addresses option, it takes out a lease for each port it is configured to use for its clients. It also takes an extra for its own connection-processing purposes. Thus, if a RRAS server is configured to use 16 modems and provide addresses via DHCP, it takes up 17 addresses from the DHCP address pool and holds them for its potential clients. Each of these leases is marked with the RRAS server's name in the list of DHCP clients viewable in the Address Leases area of the console. The leases for these addresses are renewed on the standard schedule by the RRAS server.

IP options set by the DHCP scope are ignored for the addresses provided to the dial-up clients, and options are instead provided by the RRAS server.


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