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Checklist: Installing and configuring the router

Updated: January 21, 2005

Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2

Checklist: Installing and configuring the router

 

Step Reference

Review key concepts.

Routing Overview

Verify the compatibility of all hardware to be installed in the server running Routing and Remote Access.

Support resources

Install the hardware.

Manufacturer's documentation

For a new network, decide which protocols and routing features of Routing and Remote Access you want to use. For an existing network, determine which protocols and routing features of Routing and Remote Access you need to enable.

Routing Overview and documentation about your network

Install and configure the protocols.

Network communications

Enable and configure the Routing and Remote Access service.

Enable the Routing and Remote Access service

(Optional) Design and deploy static IP routing.

Setting Up a Static Routed IP Internetwork

(Optional) Design and deploy the RIP-for-IP routing protocol.

Setting Up a RIP-for-IP Routed Internetwork

(Optional) Design and deploy the OSPF routing protocol. This feature is not available on the Itanium-based versions of the Windows operating systems.

Setting Up an OSPF Routed Internetwork

(Optional) Add and configure the DHCP Relay Agent.

Configure the DHCP Relay Agent

(Optional) Configure IP multicast support.

Configure IP Multicast Support

(Optional) Design and deploy network address translation.

Setting Up Network Address Translation

(Optional) Configure the appropriate IP packet filters.

Manage Packet Filters

(Optional) Design and deploy demand-dial routing.

Setting Up Demand-Dial Routing

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