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Windows 2000 Gateway Server


Here is the scenario:

We have several Windows 2000/ 2003 servers and Linux servers all are connected my switch and switch is connected to our outside line.

What we are trying to do is put a windows 2000 server in front of the switch so that all incoming packet are filter by the firewall software and then out the second nic card to the switch.
Each server has static ip addresses.  

We are unsure how to setup the server and welcome tips.
our ip addresses start with end woth
2 Solutions
You can use RRAS (Routing and Remote Access)...
Control Panel --> Administrative Tools --> Routing and Remote access --> Right Click on the server name and choose Configure Routing and Remote Access
The wizard is very self explanitory
ComputerTechieAuthor Commented:
Will try tomarrow and let you know.

thank you
Here is a complete guide for setting up NAT on a Windows RRAS setup:


Hope that helps.
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