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Re: Windows 2003 Server NAT Configuration 9 years 1 month ago #27739

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>>interface a : is a private address with gateway and DNS set to interface b

Set the DNS on "interface a" to the same as the 2 DNS servers you used in "interface c" on your server.

If that doesn't work then what are your results when you ping "interface d" BY IP from your host ? Is it a "Destination Unreachable" or a "Time out" ?
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Re: Windows 2003 Server NAT Configuration 9 years 1 month ago #27765

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Thanks for helping me guys.

I can now connect my host thru my RRAS after removing my Active Directory / Domain Controller role on my Windows 2003 Server.

Internet connection now has been smooth for my hosts. But, I'm wondering what was the fuzz on Active Directory / Domain Controller for my RRAS.

I've removed the role after this >> Also, is this a domain environment or workgroup? by KillaBee

Now, should I change everything to a WorkGroup Environment?

Thanks again.
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Re: Windows 2003 Server NAT Configuration 9 years 1 month ago #27769

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Now, should I change everything to a WorkGroup Environment?

I believe it's already in a Workgroup if it's not in an AD. Right click [My Computer] => [Properties]. Click the [Computer Name] tab and you'll see the Workgroup name. You can change it from there. (Not assuming that you don't know this, but just in case ;))
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