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Unformatted text preview: 70-291:MCSE Guide to Managing a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network, EnhancedChapter 12: RoutingGuide to MCSE 70-291, Enhanced2Objectives•Configure Windows Server 2003 as a router•Interpret and manage routing tables•Describe the function of dynamic routing•Implement a dynamic routing protocol on Windows Server 2003•Control traffic sent through a router using packet filters•Create and configure demand-dial connections for routing•Troubleshoot routingGuide to MCSE 70-291, Enhanced3Configure Routers•A router is a network device that moves packets from one network to another•TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, and AppleTalk can be routed•Windows Server 2003 can be used as a router•Windows Server 2003 does not support IPX/SPX routing•Cheaper to configure existing server as a router than buying a dedicated piece of hardwareGuide to MCSE 70-291, Enhanced4Configuring Routers (continued)Guide to MCSE 70-291, Enhanced5Configuring Routers (continued)Guide to MCSE 70-291, Enhanced6Activity 12-1: Configuring RRAS as a Router•Objective: Configure Windows Server 2003 as a router•Both network cards should be correctly configured with IP addresses•Use Routing and Remote Access tool•Use Configure and Enable Routing and Remote Access toolGuide to MCSE 70-291, Enhanced7Routing Tables•Responsible for making intelligent decisions about how to move packets from one network to another in the fastest way possible•List of networks known to the router•Each network entry called a route•Windows Server 2003 automatically configures default gateway route and routes to local networks from TCP/IP properties for each network interface•Static routing is used when security is required otherwise dynamic routing is usedGuide to MCSE 70-291, Enhanced8Routing Tables (continued)Guide to MCSE 70-291, Enhanced9Routing Tables (continued)Guide to MCSE 70-291, Enhanced10Routing Tables (continued)Guide to MCSE 70-291, Enhanced11Activity 12-2: Configuring a Static Route•Objective: Configure a static route to a remote network•Start Run cmd•Execute route print command•Execute route add command•Execute route print commandGuide to MCSE 70-291, Enhanced12Routing Protocols•Responsible for calculating best path from one network to another and advertising routes for...
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