Re: 3 or 4 Nics
Date: Wed, 14 Jul 2004 07:00:44 -0700
Do you have a good tutorial, or instructions for Routing
in Windows 2003.
>There is no need for additional Nics
>Assuming you have direct connect between these points,
you simply setup
>routers to direct traffic to each location
>Cris Hanna (SBS-MVP)
>Please only respond in the Newsgroup and not directly to
me, so that
>everyone can share the information
><Ineedtoknow@knowledge.com> wrote in message
>> I want the workgroup from point A access the Domain in
>> point B. THere is only one domain in point B.
>> >-----Original Message-----
>> >If you can be more specific about the need
>> >Do you want the workgroup to be able to access the
>> >Do you have another domain at point b besides the SBS
>> >Cris Hanna (SBS-MVP)
>> >Please only respond in the Newsgroup and not directly
>> me, so that
>> >everyone can share the information
>> ><Ineedtoknow@knowledge.com> wrote in message
>> >> I am running a SBS 2003 server, which is in Point B
>> >> Point to Point Network.
>> >> In Point A we have a small workgroup,
>> >> Point A = 10.0.0.x 255.255.255.0
>> >> The SBS 2003 box is in Point B where we have the
>> >> domain = 10.0.10.x 255.255.255.0 connection from
>> >> to Lan domain.
>> >> And we also have a secondary Internet connection for
>> >> Internet surfing. 10.0.100.x 255.255.255.0
>> >> P2P router for Internet Connection.
>> >> IS there a way to configure more than one Nic for
>> >> Internet connection, and to configure more than one
>> >> for internal network.