In addition to using RRAS to support dial-in users, you can also configure dial-out connections. For many users, this means creating a dial-up connection to the Internet, although with Windows Server 2003, it's more likely that you'll be creating demand-dial router or client connections to another server or to a router. Network address translation (NAT) and routing are covered in detail earlier in this chapter. This section of the chapter assumes you need to configure Windows Server 2003 dial-up connections to a RAS server or the Internet.
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