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Routing and Remote Access Limitations in Windows 2000

Article ID: 254239

Article Last Modified on 11/1/2006



APPLIES TO

  • Microsoft Windows 2000 Server



This article was previously published under Q254239

SUMMARY

This article describes the Routing and Remote Access limitations in Windows 2000.

MORE INFORMATION

The following limitations exist in the Windows 2000 Server Routing and Remote Access Service.

Adding or Dropping Telephone Lines:

Adding or dropping telephone lines may not succeed with standard-modem drivers. These drivers do not report correct send and receive status information, causing the Bandwidth Allocation Protocol code to use false throughput values from a generic driver. This can result in telephone charges for unexpected dial-up connections.

Line Is Not Retried When Busy:

When the Dial As Needed setting is selected and both the first telephone or Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) line in a bundle and the alternate number for the line (if any) are busy, there is no attempt to obtain additional lines.

Multilink Across Multiple Servers Is Not Supported:

Multilink must occur on a single server. Spanning multiple Windows 2000-based Routing and Remote Access servers is not allowed.


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