instaling second network card for terminal services help
I have a huge problem again with terminal services. I posted a question similar to this and recieved great help from an expert. I was on my way and ready to use the terminal server. now i have the same problem again.
I have three servers but one is taken out of the equation as it is my SQl server and i am leaving it as it is.
So i have a front end server that conncts directly to my Router and the internet. This is my SBS 2003. It has two network cards. A 10.*.*.* for my WAN connection and a 192.*.*.* range for my internal network.
My storage server which is a 2003 server has a 192 Range and thats it. This server will be my terminal server and is already set up as a terminal server.
My problem is that when i remote in from outside my network i cannot gain access to my terminal server.
So what i want to do now is install a second card on my storage server. Must i configure this to be on the 10 Range so that i have both cards on a 192 Range and a 10 Range?
Also would this solve my problem of being able to choose which Server i need to get to. ie choose a port that is set ie terminal server 3391 and 3389 as my SBS server. If not what else would i have to do?
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