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Linux or Windows Server as Gateway/Firewall [closed]

In my house, i'm running a server I use for testing purposes, and I'm planning on throwing away my knackered router, and making the server my Gateway to the internet and using it as a server for ...
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use windows server as 'remote' router for specific websites

We use a software on our windows 2008 server that regularly needs to connect to a licensing server. For budget reasons, we don't have a public fixed IP address. The problem is that the licensing ...
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Can Remote Desktop Gateway be run from a standalone server?

I have a standalone (non-domain) Windows Server 2008 R2 that I need to securely access using RDP from the public internet. I want to access it using the standard 443 SSL port, since other ports are ...
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Multihomed Clustered Windows Server 2008 Network Connectivity Problems After Failover

We have a shinny new multihomed Windows Server 2008 (64 bit) cluster exibiting some strange behavior. The problem: Everything works perfectly until we failover one of the cluster groups Prior to ...
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PPTP VPN not working in airport business lounge - alternatives?

Some of the execs in the company I do work for are complaining that they cannot access the (PPTP) VPN from various Business Class airport lounge wireless networks. They can access normal web pages. ...
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Can I let my private windows server access the internet through a front end (public) server?

I have a private gigabit LAN at a hosting company. It has 3 servers connected in the LAN: 2 public web servers (with public IP's) and one private database server with a private IP. To access the ...