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Allowing Intranet access to the internet

By ian_birdsey ·
How can I set up a server running windows 2000 server with an Intranet on it to be seen on the internet? A school has this intranet that the teachers would like to put homework etc on so that the children can pick it up at home. Any suggestions?

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by CG IT In reply to Allowing Intranet access ...

you can create a web site with a FQDN. within that web site you can create access to secure areas [require authentication]. Teachers can post requirements[author] and students [read only] can view the information. The web server should not be on the school network but in an perimeter network.

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by CG IT In reply to

If you want to securely publish a server on an intranet that allows public access in a secure manner, use ISA server. However, most IT security guys designing security for external access to internal services will but those services on a server in a perimeter network.

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by wdeklerk In reply to Allowing Intranet access ...

just get a public ip from your service provider, configure your website with two ip's

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