Create a Normal Service:
The Service name can be any text and is used to identify this particular Service. The Account Name and password are presented to the remote end, therefore must match the User name and password configured at Site B. The Telephone Number is the number of the remote end.
Create an IP Route:
In the IP Address field enter the network address of the remote end, not the IP address of the Control Unit. Under Destination select the Service created above.
Create a User:
Under the Dial In tab tick Dial In On. This User account is used to authenticate the connection from the Site B. Note that as the Service and User have the same names, these two configuration forms are automatically linked and become an Intranet Service. The User password is displayed at the bottom of the Service tab as the Incoming Password.
Check the default RAS settings "DialIn" are available, otherwise create a new one. If the RAS settings are given the same name as the Service and User they are automatically linked and become a WAN Service. Ensure that the Encrypted Password option is not checked when using a WAN Service.
Setup an Incoming Call Route:
Check the default Incoming Call Route is available, otherwise create a new one. If the Incoming Number is left blank, the Incoming Call Route accepts data calls on any number. Under Destination select the RAS service created above. The Bearer Capability should be AnyData.