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I configured my nat with two cards  the first card has add my ISP IP information
the second card has my private IP info.   I have DHCP running , I do  not have a DNS server . Currentlly I have just the Http ports open and cannot get intertnet on the network or the Nat machine.  I do not have the ISP WINS IP would that cause not internet?   I have configure RRS using the online documenation.  What other things should I look for.  Do I need to configure any of port info on the private side of Nat/Basic firewall ?  I can ping the private address of 192.168.1.2 can anyone help thanks
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Hi,

When you say you have, "... configured my nat with two cards... " do you mean your Win2003 server has two NICs?

If not, are you referring to a router of some sort?

You also say you can ping the private address 192.168.1.2.  Is that FROM a workstation, and is that the IP of the server?

Thanks,

Alan.
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Thanks, but I'm not sure that I provided a solution - I just asked some questions to clarify.

I assume you are okay now?

Alan.
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