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security on ip level

By Rambal ·
Hi there,
I'm implementing a couple of 2000 servers and am wondering if i can allow access to the server on ip level. I only want to allow login to clients with ip adresses starting with 131.174.X.X

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by singh In reply to security on ip level

Hi. If you are using switches etc you can use theport on the switch where tehse servers are plugged into and prgram them to allow only specific IP addresses to access it. Hope this helps

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by Rambal In reply to security on ip level

I'm sorry but that's something i can't control I need a setting from inside windows 2000. Anyways thanks for the response

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by LordInfidel In reply to security on ip level

If you put these into an active directory domain. You can/should/supposed-to assign a subnet to the domain.

In AD only computers that are members of the domain can login. If you have clients such as 95/98 this is harder to control because anyone can set up their OS to point to the domain. But NT and 2K you need an admin to register there system to join it to the domain.

Also in AD you can employ IPSec policies. Restricting access to the DC's from a number of hosts or subnets.

I reccomend getting one or both of these books: Inside windows 2000 server by william boswell, pub by new riders and MSPress' win2000 accelerated training kit for the 70-240 exam. They both cover IPSec policies fairly well.

good luck

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