RRAS Demand-Dial Connections

Updated: December 16, 2008

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

A demand-dial interface is a logical interface that represents a point-to-point connection. The point-to-point connection is based on either a physical connection, such as two routers connected over an analog phone line that uses modems, or a logical connection, such as two routers connected over a virtual private network (VPN) connection that uses the Internet. Demand-dial connections are either on-demand (the point-to-point connection is only established when needed) or persistent (the point-to-point connection is established and then remains in a connected state). Demand-dial interfaces typically require an authentication process to become connected. The equipment required by a demand-dial interface is a port on a device.

 

Events

Event ID Source Message

20111

RemoteAccess

A demand-dial connection to the remote interface: %1 on port: %2 was successfully initiated but failed to complete successfully because of the following error: %3

20125

RemoteAccess

A demand-dial persistent connection to the remote interface: %1 failed to be initiated succesfully. The following error occurred: %2

20138

RemoteAccess

A demand-dial connection to the remote interface: %1 failed to be initiated succesfully. The following error occurred: %2

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