NAT & DC

Will Windows 2000 domain work if I have NAT between the clients and DC?
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SalehdAsked:
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dreamcomputer2000Commented:
it should work, but as a practical matter, you should have a dc on the same side as the clients otherwise your WAN becomes a spof-- no authentication, no useful network

Rich
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SalehdAuthor Commented:
I am not sure if it will work as all recourses I found says that kerbose did not work with NAT!
Also, I can't put a DC at the client side.
For the WAN link it’s 100Mbps so no traffic problem.
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dreamcomputer2000Commented:
Kerberos will work with NAT, must use ticketless Kerberos

I will look up details and repost

Rich
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dreamcomputer2000Commented:
I think this explains it quite well

http://www.pdc.kth.se/support/kerberos/ktelnet/use-with-nat-plain.html


Good luck

Rich
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