Blocking Windows 2003 domain with 1710 Router

Posted on 2004-10-09
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Last Modified: 2013-11-30
1710 router PUB int 172.17.1.x/24...this ip is on a vlan from the main network...I do not want Windows 2003 domain info from the main network to be seen by any of the devices behind the 1710 router!  Please advise.
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kiranghag earned 500 total points
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i think u can block port 137 (tcp), 138(udp) and 139(tcp) so that the windows network traffic will nt enter your network

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ID: 12267966
hmm why don't you use the VLAN for the separating
The 2 subnet's

Lets say the server is on switch AA with VLAN 1 &2
then users lets say all users who is supposed to see the server is in VLAN 1
On the users who is not supposed to see the server - vlan 1


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ok...the 1710 PUB is on network 172.17.1.x/24...the 172.17.1.x/24 is a vlan on the main network...this Vlan ties in our wireless network.  I do not want PC's behind the 1710 router to "see" the domain info from the main network.

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