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Configure Windows 2003 server

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Hi!
I'm trying to create a network with a windows 2003 server, this machine has two network cards, one connected to the internet an another to the intranet. this server has a DNS configured for the intranet, what i want to do is to  pass all the intranet traffic to the internet over this server, but i'm able to do it right now, if i try to ping an internet address from one off the PC in the internet i receive a Timeout error, this PC has a Manual configured IP on the same subnet mask as the intranet network card on the server. What do I have to do? Thanks
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Toni UranjekConsultant/Trainer

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Hi!

You have to configure your RRAS server as router. Check these two articles for detailed instructions:
http://www.jsifaq.com/SF/Tips/Tip.aspx?id=7230
or
http://articles.techrepublic.com.com/5100-10879_11-5844624.html

HTH

Toni

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Hi! Thanks for the answer but I think theres something missing, because I can ping the network card that is connect to the internet but pings made to the internet don't work, they all give a time out, I have done the tutorial in one off the links, the second one, the service is running but i got no answer.
Toni UranjekConsultant/Trainer

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The question is what kind of router is neighbour of your router on your external network card. Which routing protocol does it support. Contact your ISP to get this information. It woukld be pointless to configure your router with RIP if ISP uses OSPF.
Can server ping external IP's? Can you post IP configuration of your network cards?

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The server is a machine that I have ate my home, the server can ping external ip's, i have to use it for the moment to access the internet, which i'm doing right now, i can do anything i want on this machine, the network card that accesses the internet is connect directly to the cable modem that i have, which assign the ip via DHCP. Thanks for you patience
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This one is on us!
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