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I'm using two Windows Server 2003 machines.

Our professor asked us to have the two routers communicate with one another via VPN.

Here's a diagram of the setup:

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Is there a tutorial online you would recommend to accomplish this, or maybe you can help me out in this medium?

Thank you. :)

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Is this your homework assignment to figure out how to do it, or is this necessary to do the assignment? :) – Alex Mar 9 '11 at 22:31
    
It's a homework assignment. I'm kind of lost in this subject. He wants those two Server 2003 machines to act as routers using VPN. Any suggestions? – Sergio Tapia Mar 9 '11 at 22:36

search the Windows Server 2003 feature RRAS or "Routing and Remote Access" Service which does VPN for server-to-server.

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