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By jaxjazzy ·
I have a task of joining two school buildings (High School & Elementrary) via fiber optic approx. a 1.5 miles apart. Each building has two servers; one server for administration applications, and one for students. The H/S also has the proxy for internet access which runs Linux, all other servers are running NetWare 5.
The H/S admin server can not see the proxy without logging off and logging on to the student server.
How do I set it up so either admin server can access the proxy with usersswitching between servers, but keep the students from seeing the admin servers?

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by Tomcat-2000 In reply to Network Merging

Fundamentally, I think this is easily rectified, but I have more questions than answers. By logging into each server individually they are bindery users? Separate trees ? Letting the students see the admin server is out there is really not the issue. It is their ACCESS to the server that needs to be prevented.

I picture this. One NDS Tree containing all of the servers and users, and groups created for Admins and Students. The fiber will be fast enough that you will maintain syncronization (keeping a R/W replica at the other location). Provide access to who needs what, completely lock the students out of the Admin servers, and the admins won't have to log into separate servers to do their jobs.

If you need further help with this, please feel free to contact me at mtomas@cagctg.com

Sincerely,

Michael Tomasiewicz
CNE, MCSE, CCNA, CNA


Hope this helps.

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by TechDictator In reply to Network Merging

This is going to involve a hardware solution. You need to subnet your network and create an ACL to restrict what hosts can get where. If you need more information, let me know.

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