I'm working on a client install of SBS 2003 and have 2 NICS configured exactly like this: http://sbsurl.com/twonics
I can't connect to the internet and will try McLeod USA (ISP) tomorrow to make sure the router is configured correctly. We do have an SDSL account with a static IP address (which was working before on an NT server) but for this new server, I disabled DHCP and the firewall per SBS directions. DHCP is working on the server. The internet connect light is solid.
But shouldn't I be able to ping the External NIC at 192.168.1.10 from the server? The external NIC is plugged directly into the router and the internal NIC is plugged directly into a Netgear switch. The SBS external can do 10/100/1000 while the router is only 10 but the connection shows connected at 10 so not sure this is anything. I disabled NAT on the router and it looks like R&RA is configured to do NAT on SBS (setup using the IC&Email Wizard).
I need to get this up by Monday morning and would like to know why I can't ping the external NIC for starters.