- You must first deploy the Routing and Remote Access Service on Windows Server.
- We strongly recommend that you refer to the specific documentation for the Windows Server version that you are using.
- This document provides information on deploying Routing and Remote Access Service for Windows Server 2016. You can refer to Microsoft’s own documentation here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/remote/remote-access/ras/remote-access-server-role-documentation
- After you have deployed the Routing and Remote Access Service, access Server Manager, click Tools, and select Routing and Remote Access.
- In Routing and Remote Access, right-click the server, and select Configure and Enable Routing and Remote Access.
- When the setup wizard launches, click Next.
- Select Custom configuration and click Next.
- Select LAN routing and click Next.
- On the summary page, click Finish.
- Click Start service and wait for the service to start.
- The server status dot turns from red to green.
- Expand the server, expand the IPv4 entry, and click on the General node.
- You can see that the computer is acting as a router between the interfaces shown.
- For further information, refer to: Connecting to a Windows Server 2016 Network.