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One Network two domains [linux (student)] [Windows 2003 (staff)]

By kgrif7 ·
Currently we have our 1 broadband connection from that we will be changing when our contract is up.

Our current setup is we have our Router server(linux). That is split into our 2 domains 1 for our staff newtork windows 2003 server and 1 for our student netowrk that is linux.

Now this is a small tafe and we are looking at a option to change this as none of the employees no not enought to tweak the student network as we want to. We are trying not to upgrade our student network to microsoft server as we dont want to spend the money on the lisences.

So basically we need the broadband connection split into the staff and student domains. and give the student domain lower priority then the staff domain.

But none of the eployess no how to use the linux routuer server and tweak it and restrict students from bit torrent apps etc.

Is there any ideas on how to make this much more simplier?

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by Jaqui In reply to One Network two domains [ ...

learn linux.

or else find a local who knows linux and pay them to do the changes needed.

and, for security, stability and reliability reasons, moving to MS products is a DOWNGRADE not an upgrade.

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