|Data type||Range||Default value|
|REG_DWORD||IP address (as integers, not dotted decimal format)||There is no default value for this entry.|
Specifies the last IP address in the pool range.
This entry stores the value in the End IP address box on the New Address Range dialog box in Routing and Remote Access.
The IP address is stored in this entry as four contiguous hexadecimal values. For example, the IP address 126.96.36.199 would appear in this entry as 0x1020304 and 255.255.255.255 would appear as 0xFFFFFFFF (255 = 0xFF).
To create a static IP address pool, use Routing and Remote Access. Right-click a server name, click Properties, click the IP tab, select the Static address pool option, and then click Add.
RRAS add the From entry to the registry when you add a static IP address pool by defining a range in the New Address Range dialog box in Routing and Remote Access.
For more information about static address pools, see TCP/IP and remote access in Windows 2000 Help.
To create a static IP address pool, use the IP tab in Routing and Remote Access. Do not edit the registry.