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Connecting Win2K domain to internet

I am completely lost doing simple things. I need to connect small Win2K domain to Internet. I have one DC with DHCP for 15 WStations and firewall.

DC and WS on same LAN. How many public IP addresses do I need for connecting this LAN to Internet? Whay are my options?

Thank you in advance.

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New Member

Re: Connecting Win2K domain to internet

You can use just one public IP for translating your internal IPs. Unless, you have enough public IPs to map statically. Your FW needs to do NAT.

New Member

Re: Connecting Win2K domain to internet

That what I started with. But , How about the server?

Is the DC's ip going to use NAT as well and i don't need DHCP at all?

New Member

Re: Connecting Win2K domain to internet

DHCP and NAT is two differnt things. Any private address you are using behind your firewall needs to be nated to public IPs when they go outside of your company whether they are DCs or workstations. You might want to look at some NAT sample config from Cisco website.

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Re: Connecting Win2K domain to internet

If your setup is very simple, as you say, just follow the instructions from this document:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/vpndevc/ps2030/products_configuration_example09186a0080094466.shtml

Hope this helps,

Jay

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Re: Connecting Win2K domain to internet

I got it...

Thank You

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