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Oct 30, 2008 Apr 22, 2013 · Hello, good morning. I'm configuring a test lab as described bellow: SITE A: Router1 (Adsl connected to ISP) IP_WAN: X.X.X.X IP_LAN: 192.168.0.1 VPN1 (Windows server 2008 R2 ===== Configure VPN Tunnel using RRAS and no TMG, or a demand dial VPN. It's possible to create a site-to-site VPN using just RRAS but you have to be very careful with setting it up. The static routes which route traffic from one site to the other must bind properly to the demand-dial interfaces when the connection is made. I'm sure you could connect Site to Site using Routing and Remote Access in the Windows Server and use ICS (Internet Connection Sharing) at the remote Site. A low cost alternative that should fit any budget is the Linksys LRT224 or LRT214 VPN router.
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Server 2008 R2 PPTP VPN With 1 Nic | The Sysadmins Today we’ll look at setting up a quick PPTP VPN from Server 2008 R2 with 1 network card. Server Side (Server 2008 R2) Head to Server Manager, right click and Add Role; Select Network Policy and Access Services; Select Routing and Remote Access Services, next, next until complete; Expand Roles, right click on routing and remote access and