Remote Web Workspace Problem - SBS

Dell / Hybrid optiplex
January 27, 2009 at 07:58:08
Specs: SBS 2003 SP1, Inter Pent 4 3GHz 2GB Ram
I have a SBS 2K3 box with two NICs - one for internet and one for LAN. I can't access the RWW from remote clients using ***.***.***.***/remote (using my static ip address). I can ping the static IP but can't connect even with no firewall. I usually have the firewall on the modem disabled but configured on the server to allow VPN and RWW. The ip on the modem is and on the router

Does anyone have any ideas? Connection was OK for a while but then stopped with no alterations to the configurations that I am aware of.

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January 27, 2009 at 08:11:46
That doesn't look right. First of all, there is no reason for 2 NICs. One NIC can handle all of it. If the modem has an internal IP address, then you probably don't need the router since NAT is already working. Where is the web site being hosted?

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January 27, 2009 at 08:40:25
On my server

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January 27, 2009 at 10:26:01
Normally, you use the internal IP address to view or change your web page from your LAN if you are hosting it yourself. For some reason people want to do it over the net. I don't know why. As I said before you don't need 2 NICs but if you insist on using them, adding an entry to the hosts file may help.

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