MikdillyMikdilly Member Posts: 309
Trying to test NAT within RRAS using a broadband connection, everything seems to work, client is assigned an ip address from dhcp allocator in rras and is able to access internet. The external interface has a static address and default gateway pointing to home router. Mspress book says that NAT 'requires that a default static route be added in RRAS'. I have no default static route showing in rras and did use the wizard when setting up NAT in rras, according to the book I should have 1 static route listed. Does it not need one if you're not using demand-dial interfaces?
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