The Windows XP Professional remote access server capabilities are very similar to those available in Windows 2000 Professional. A Windows XP computer can accept a single incoming connection on each interface that can accept a connection. For example, a Windows XP machine can accept incoming connections on each of the following interfaces:
While it’s unlikely, a Windows XP Professional machine with the above configuration could conceivably accept up to four simultaneous RAS connections. However, the typical configuration consists of a single RAS client connection, either through a dial-up modem interface or a VPN interface
- Dial-up modem serial interface
- Infrared interface
- Parallel port interface
- VPN interface
. I don't know about all this stuff as i have no knowledge about it. I searched internet and tried but failed, the modem configuration part missing here. if you can provide step by step guide it will be appreciatedThis are the links which i tried
Server 2003 configuration:
Windows XP VPN server:
Windows XP client configuration:
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