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setup bridge in win 2003 server?

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rhunn    0

I need help setup bridge in window 2003 server?

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+BudMan    3,720

And? What is the problem? have your RTFM?

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What exactly do you not understand about adding a network bridge?

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rhunn    0

OK, Here I have 2 nic card in my server. One nic is public and the other is private. I want to 2 nic cards talk to eachother and also the private nic can talk to the public....Main thing I am concern is the security in window 2003 server that why I am setup like that..........Please HELP!

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+BudMan    3,720

Again - what part do you need help with? Have you even bothered to read even one word of the documentation? Using your 2k3 machine as a router, or sharing your internet connection is quite clearly and very well documented - with hold your hand type instructions, overviews of how it works, etc.. etc..

What part of this documentation are you having trouble with? What concept do you not understand?

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rhunn    0

Ok, This is what I want to do in window 2003 server........

Do you know how I can route the internal nic

10.0.0.2 to the external nic 69.50.249.2. I need the 10.0.0.3 nic machine

to talk with the 69.50.249.2 nic........thanks BUD

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rhunn    0

Ok Here what I want to do.........I want to route internal nic to external nic. I need the interal nic to talk to the public nic....thanks in advance

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Billprozac    0

HOLY c r a p man!!! Bud man has shown you the exact page in the help file that talks about bridging intefaces. Read it yourself it is VERY easy!!!

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dougal.s    0

^Lol, not seen RTFM in a long time!

The documentation is Server 2003 is outstanding, always worth looking in there.

Dougal.

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+BudMan    3,720
Ok, This is what I want to do in window 2003 server........

Do you know how I can route the internal nic

10.0.0.2 to the external nic 69.50.249.2.  I need the 10.0.0.3 nic machine

to talk with the 69.50.249.2 nic........thanks BUD

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Yes dude I know how, and as billprozac has so eloquently stated - I have pointed you to the EXACT page in the documentation that will walk you through how to do it as well.. ;)

I am not sure what you want me to tell you? Do you want me to paste the instructions from the HELP for you here on neowin?

How exactly is me saying do this or do that - any easier than reading the step by step instructions laid out in the documentation?

If there is a point or concept you do not understand in the documentation - I would be happy to help you with that.. But I fail to see what me rewriting how to enable ICS here on neowin is going to make it any easier or clearer for you?

Is english not your native language? Do you need help finding the documentation in your native language? ;)

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