According to Microsoft, a Remote Access Service is a "private ISP." As the name implies, Remote Access Service enables you to log on to your network via a dial-up connection. Once you're logged on, you can do anything that you could do if you were logged on to a computer that's physically attached to the network. You can accomplish anything with RAS that you could if you were physically at the server.
This applies only to Windows 2K,XP, and NT 3.51/4.0. Only set MTU in the Dial Up (RAS) MTU
field if you use this.
by redxii edited by JMGullett
last modified: 2007-02-21 16:18:55