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Unit 3 Discussion: Alternative Network Solutions

 You want to explore some alternative network solutions for the new Windows Server 2008 network you are administering.

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When would RRAS be an appropriate routing option? Why? When is it not appropriate? Why not? Give specific examples of the pros and cons of using Windows as a router.

 

Part 2

When would you consider implementing a DHCP relay agent? Give specific examples of the pros and cons of a DHCP relay agent.

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Part 1 When would RRAS be an appropriate routing option? Why? When is it not appropriate? Why not? Give specific examples of the pros and cons of using Windows as a router. RRAS can be considered as a software version of a physical router. Microsoft introduced RRAS for small scale segmented networks with reasonably light traffic between subnets. For example, if you need to expand your network instead of buying a new router you can convert one of the computers as RRAS running on it. Running RRAS in small scale networks gives much flexibility without spending too much money and time. Further, RRA...
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