I have aclient who purchased a VCS E starterpacka and we are going to use it for Movi clients and it will also have 3 C40 codecs registered to it. I have set one of these up before but it was on the public network so it was a breeze. I now have this box with dual nics and i tried a couple of setups today and had no luck.
My plan was to use NIC 1 on the inside 192.168.1.5 and NIC 2 will be in a DMZ with NAT 192.168.1.6 natted to public IP. When i set this up the first NIC stopped working and then i changed the gateway and it locked me out completly. i have to go back tomorrow and use xcommand te get back in.
What is the best way to set this up? I am not sure what happened today. Is it wrong to put both NICS in the same subnet? This is really weird. If you put a public IP on NIC 2 and a private IP on NIC one you have to use the gatweay for NIC 2 to get out and NIC1 never gets a gateway for its network. I know becuase i tried this and i could get out to the internet but my NIC one could not go outside of its subnet becuase i could not put in a gateway for that NIC. gateway says 127.0.0.1 on NIC 1.
What am i missing here I messed with this today for about 5 hours!!! The deployment guide does not say anything about how to setuo the DUal NIC option either?
Got all this to work today after i gured out what static routes to put into the Lan1. My client and i spent 4 hours trying to get all teh ports opened up and working in the DMZ then we finally said it was not worth it. Once we got one piece working another stopped!!!
WE put NIC 2 on the Public IP and everythign worked out great.
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