I'm currently having a problem with ICS @ the moment;
The details of the network are as follows.
1. Win2000 server connected to a switch on one
Ethernet card, supplying DHCP IP's to Clients.
2. The other Ethernet card is connected to an
ISDN Modem with IP: 192.168.0.50
I'm using the ISDN Modem IP as the gateway which
is of course 192.168.0.50
The only PC that can see the internet connection is the server.
All other PC's are set to obtain IP's via DHCP from server.
There is another configuration that I have tried that works
only with Static IP's assigned to all the clients.
1. Win2000 server connected to the switch
2. The ISDN Modem is connected to the switch via crossover cable
with IP: 192.168.0.50
I'm using the ISDN Modem IP as the gateway and it works, But I feel this is very unsafe, as I would rather go through a firewall on the server, instead of setting up personal firewalls on all the machines.
I have heard the first configuration works, but need a guide to walk me through the process.