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By kevin ·
I have a netgear firewall protecting my overall network which assigns 192.168.0.x addresses to two servers one linux the other NT4.0(SBS4.5).

What I want to do is to put 2 nic's in both these machines and pass that traffic through a firewall on each machine. I can do it OK with the Linux machine but the NT machine will not let me activate the firewall on MS Proxy 2.0.

My internal/internal IP range is 10.0.0 - what am I doing wrong?

Thanks in advance.

KP

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by howie_erickson In reply to 2 NICs on internal networ ...

Hi,
Do you have IP Routing enabled in TCP/IP advanced configuration? Without this enabled, NT does not know to route traffic from one nic to the other.

Hope this Helps!
Howie

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I already have this checked - thanks anyway.

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by howie_erickson In reply to 2 NICs on internal networ ...

Hey,
Check this article out. It seems Proxy 2.0 does not like DHCP on the external interface.

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;259637

Hope this helps!
Howie

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by kevin In reply to

Hi Howie - the IP address is pre assigned no DHCP. The configure internet hardware wizard runs ok. But when I click security I get an error saying there is no external nic on this server so I can't use packet filtering. Funny thing is I have to select internal lan card and the card that is connected to the Internet. Does it look at the IP address range as I have assigned the 192.168 range - my router is the internet gateway.

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