Internet access on domain enviormen

April 15, 2009 at 06:03:39
Specs: windows server 2003
Hi,
I recently added my other pcs to domain.
The domain has internet conection through other network card.
I enabled routing and remote acess on domain.
Still the client pcs are not able to access internet.
Also let me know if there is any other simpler way without routing and remote access..?

Regards,
Shashank


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#1
April 15, 2009 at 09:53:24
Also let me know if there is any other simpler way without routing and remote access..?

The easier way would be to buy a SOHO router. Plug your internet connection the routers WAN port. Ensure the router is configured properly and connecting correctly to the internet.

Then, get a switch and plug that into a LAN port on the router. Plug all your clients and server(s) into the switch. Configure the DHCP scope on your switch and ensure all clients are set to DHCP. Give your server(s) a static IP that is outside the scope of your DHCP server and apply the appropriate subnet mask, gateway etc to it and all should be able to connect to the internet without using RRAS/NAT on the server.


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April 15, 2009 at 09:57:19
laluserious did you update the MS dns server's forwarders tab to include your isps dns servers?

Are the workstations pointing to the lan card in your server for gateway?

You do have two nics one wan and one lan, correct?


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