Can anyone tell me whether it's possible to set up LAN routing between 2 subnets using a Windows 2003 server with a single NIC?
I am setting up a new Windows 2003 PDC for a client and I want to be able to get to the internet via my own network. The client's server is on subnet 192.168.200.0 and my internal network subnet is 192.168.100.0 - my network consists of a single Windows 2003 server (PDC) with a few workstations and a Cisco 837 ADSL router as gateway.
I *think* I need a static route set up from the client's PDC using RRAS but I'm not sure whether this requires two NICs in the box and I don't know how to set this up anyway!
I think the most important here to get it working is the routing table on the cisco router,
I am not the expert on cisco, but i would think the following will work:
nat on eth0 to go from 192.168.100.x
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