Demand Dial Connection Procedure (MCP Series)

  1. Client computer sends a packet to a computer on a remote network
  2. The router (gateway) identifies the connection to the remote network
  3. Router initiates the connection
  4. The receiving router answers call and requests user name and password (if required)
  5. The receiving router checks remote access permission by checking policies and user account settings
  6. The receiving router identifies the link as either a demand dial link or remote access connection
  7. Data is then transferred
  8. Link is closed after idle for a specified amount of time

Common Problem

The remote access connection must be configured to allow both incoming and outgoing connections by selecting the "inbound and outbound" option on the ports node of routing and remote access.

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