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i have windows 2003 server connect cisco switch 2950 with VLAN 5 then to distrbution switch with IP 172.16.20.1then to core switch then to pix 525 then to router i use for server ip 172.16.20.100 which mean connet to distrbution default VLAN and its work but in server i use nat with ip 192.168.0.1 but the internet not work on client but its work on server
iam try to use internet connection shearing but the problem still not solve
iam using nat in pix
what is the problem

its urgent

thanks
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Do a trace route from your server to your router and see if any of the connections fail.
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your have to enable ip forwarding on your server as well.
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by:nasemabdullaa
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hi
thanks for your reply
how i can enable ip forwarding on your server as well.

thanks
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by:nasemabdullaa
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hi
sorry
>>> enable ip forwarding on your server
how i can do that

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on windows server open help window

then type ip forward you will get complete help how to enabling ip forwarding on windows server.
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