Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2000


See Routing and Remote Access Service.
remote administration
The practice of administering a computer from another computer connected across the network.
remote procedure call (RPC)
A message-passing facility that allows a distributed application to call services available on various computers in a network. Used during remote administration of computers.
remote socket
An external socket on the firewall that listens to or connects to the Internet. The remote socket represents the client's internal socket.
retrieve rate
The speed with which objects or URLs are taken from the cache.
reverse hosting
The process by which any server sitting behind ISA can publish to the Internet. See also secure Web publishing and publishing.
root directory
The top-level directory of a disk's directory structure.
An intermediary device on a communications network that expedites message delivery.
The process of forwarding packets to other routers. Routing is used with arrays to direct client requests for Internet objects. Routing is done in conjunction with arrays, chained ISA computers, or directly to the Internet.
Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS)
A Microsoft-developed service that allows remote client computers running Microsoft dial-up networking, all Microsoft RAS clients, or any third-party PPP client to dial in to a network server (RAS server). RAS servers can also be configured to allow local client computers to dial out to servers outside an internal network.
Routing Information Protocol (RIP)
A protocol that enables a router to exchange routing information with a neighboring router.
See remote procedure call.