0
votes
0answers
129 views

Cisco ASA, Windows Server 08, PPTP/GRE issues

I am at the end of my rope on this one. I am trying to simply forward pptp/gre through a Cisco ASA to my Windows server. Here is what I have done: Access Rules: OUTSIDE ...
-1
votes
1answer
177 views

Restrict Outbound Connections of a Windows Server 2008 NAT Router

I am setting up a Windows Server 2008 R2 lab environment in VMWare workstation and attempting where possible to use Windows Server 2008 R2 to implement machines that serve specific roles within that ...
0
votes
2answers
352 views

Where to start for setting up hostname NAT behind one external IP address?

Not sure I use the right terms here, which is basically why I am asking (with the right terms I could google it for sure). I have "one big server" with Windows 2008, with several virtual machines ...
1
vote
0answers
184 views

SNAT on windows 2008

I've an openVPN client which runs on windows2008 R2 server and through this windows 2008, I'm trying to do static nat to a machine which lies behind this win2008s real network. Here is my ...
-1
votes
1answer
120 views

Multiple External IP's

I have a Virtual host server that has 6 VM's on it running a Windows SErver 200i8 r2 enviroment. I have two domains externally one of which points to my static IP. How do i use my other static IP's ...
0
votes
2answers
730 views

Windows Server 2008 dropping connections [closed]

Possible quite similar to this post but I wonder if someone can help me with this issue. Home Server specs: Windows Server 2008 Standard (Non-R2) 2 NICs, external one(Realtek) has a firewall on it. ...
2
votes
2answers
859 views

Domain Controllers over a NAT

My organization is in the process of setting up a new network at a hosting provider for a very large application project. Since the whole system uses Active Directory we are planning on using a pair ...
0
votes
1answer
633 views

Windows 2008 Server R2 NAT problems with VLANs

My Windows 2008 server R2 has two NICs. First NIC is connected to my ISP (IP assigned with DHCP). Second NIC is dedicated to LAN communication and is connected to HP ProCurve switch "trunk" port with ...
1
vote
1answer
172 views

RRAS multiple different external IPs

I have a Windows 2008 RRAS server with 4 external IP's. Is it possible within RRAS to send outbound traffic through each external IP address once I'm connected to the VPN on that specific IP address? ...
0
votes
1answer
56 views

Mail not sending on Server 2008 using NAT between 2 NIC's

I recently moved from a svr2003 domain to a new 2008 domain. The setup I had below allowed internet and also smtp configured in outlook to go via 192.168.1.1 nic 1 192.168.1 - wan sn 255.255.255.0 ...
0
votes
1answer
659 views

Isolated subnet on Vmware Workstation for testing

I need to setup a virtual testing lab to test some software updates and group policy changes. I will be using Vmware Workstation 7. I will setup a Windows Server 2008 R2 Domain ...
1
vote
0answers
305 views

After enbaling VPN/NAT on 2008 R2 direct access to server is blocked (RDP, FTP,…)

After setting up VPN with NAT over RRAS configuration menu in windows server 2008 R2, direct access to server is blocked. Does anybody know why is this happening? How to enable RDP, FTP, and other ...
0
votes
1answer
346 views

After NAT how to setup VPN in windows server 2008 r2?

We have one windows server 2008 R2 with about 10 Hyper-V virtual machines. We've used wizard that comes when you enable RRAS to setup NAT, so that virtual machines can connect to internet (and to ...
0
votes
1answer
93 views

program requires local IP address on a globally addressed server

I'm moving a program from a local server to a remote virtual private server. Our local server has a local IP address on our LAN of 10.x.y.z. Our router allows HTTP traffic to be forwarded to that ...
1
vote
1answer
731 views

Reverse NAT Setup for Hyper-V on Win 2008 R2

I'm trying to setup a Linux server behind a Windows Hyper-V host that will help supply some of the services (SSH, HTTPS, etc). However getting RRAS configured for reverse NAT (port forwarding) turned ...
0
votes
1answer
3k views

Windows Server 2008 R2, RRAS and NAT

I have a server running VMWare ESXi with one physical NIC. This server is running 3 VMs (S1, S2, and S3) which are all running Windows Server 2008 R2. I want to set up NAT routing on this server ...
20
votes
10answers
17k views

Windows Server 2008: specifying the default IP address when NIC has multiple addresses

I have a Windows Server which has ~10 IP addresses statically bound. The problem is I don't know how to specify the default IP address. Sometimes when I assign a new address to the NIC, the default ...
2
votes
2answers
1k views

How do I setup Windows Server 2008 as NAT with one NIC?

How would I setup Windows Server 2008 as NAT router with only one nic? I only have access to a server with one nic and I can't add a nic to the server.
0
votes
2answers
2k views

Assign IP Address to Guest where host has no IP Address (Hyper-V)

I have a hyper-v server with 4 GigE nic's. I have assigned one of the nic's as an internal network (192.168.x.x) and that nic is working as expected. We have a need for a server to have access to ...
1
vote
3answers
2k views

VMware Server Host-Only Network Routing

I have a windows 2008 web server machine running VMware server. I have 3 VM's - All 3 are test servers so security isn't really a concern... each of them running windows 2008 standard and some of them ...
1
vote
1answer
3k views

RRAS VPN Server on Windows 2008 Behind NAT

Ok, so I have kind of a funky setup, let me see if I can describe it. I have a single VMware host with a public IP address 74.xx.xx.x Inside that host, I have 3 VM's Web Server - 1 NIC - ...
1
vote
1answer
1k views

Setting up Windows 2008 with VPN and NAT

I have a Windows 2008 box set up with VPN, and that works quite well. NPS is used to validate the VPN clients, who are able to access the private address of the server, once connected. I can't for ...
0
votes
1answer
3k views

Windows Server 2008 Routing / NAT - USB Wireless adapter not showing up

I have a multihomed system running Windows 2008 Server Enterprise, and I'm trying to share an Internet connection on a USB wifi adapter with the other networks attached to the system. To that end, I ...
4
votes
7answers
2k views

Why can't I connect to some ftp servers from behind my win2008 NAT?

I want to connect to an FTP server from my local network, which is behind a NAT. The gateway is a Win 2008 server, configured with routing and remote services / Nat enabled. The problem exists from ...