I am at a clients that just changed over from dynamic to static ips in the office. We are putting in an SBS 2003 box. The modem is a speadstream 5360 (which does not Authenticate PPPoE) hence it needs a router in between it and the sbs to do the authentication. grrrr. (ok technically not, but I've been down the PPPoE on an SBS route before)
So they have a Watchguard SOHO. It is set to do PPPoE. It logs on fine and I get internet. However my Public IP from dnsstuff.com is the ip they provided as the gateway address. I called sbc they said thats normal. All you have to do is add the other IPs to your IP Table in the router/firewall.
OK sounds right. But how?
Dec 10 2001
Boot ROM 3.7
Platform WatchGuard SOHO
Since this is a 2 NIC sbs setup I'd like to just authenticate using the Watchguard and then send everythig to the server. Can you bridge a SOHO? lol
The watchguard site is sloooww right now and I cant figure out how to
1. add the ip addresses to the SOHO
2. put the sbs in the DMZ.
Also is there a way to mask the sbs? so that when I send emails it has the external public ip and not the gateway address?