Example of a RAS Sender Configuration
In the following figure, both sites have servers running Windows NT Remote Access Service (RAS). As shown, RAS can be run on the site servers or on a site system.
The sending site must have a RAS Sender installed and a RAS Sender address for the receiving site. The RAS Sender address specifies a RAS-related phone number, account, and password used to dial in and connect to the RAS server at the receiving site.
To enable two-way RAS communications, you must create a RAS Sender on each site and a RAS Sender address for the other site on each site. Then, both sites can send and receive SMS data and instructions on RAS.
Create a Sender
Senders Configuration Overview