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comment 64-bit Hardware Virtualization on VirtualBox
I had the same issue with the Acceleration tab being grayed out in VirtualBox with my ASUS Rampage GENE II motherboard. As soon as I set the Execute Disable to Disable in the BIOS, the tab became available. I hope this helps someone else.
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comment RRAS Public Address Pool on Windows Server 2008
Thanks for the confirmation on what I thought was correct. Something has got to be whack tho, as the setup does not work. Any thoughts on how I can trouble shoot/diagose the problem?
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comment Windows 2008 Server Router and Local Network
I ended up taking the DNS approach. I added forward loop zones for the hosted website and all works fine. Thanks for the suggestions, the explanation and time time.
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comment Windows 2008 Server Router and Local Network
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comment Windows 2008 Server Router and Local Network
The server has two nics, the external one is bound to a public ip address and pluged into the SMC 8014. The server also has a private interface plugged into a switch (which connects all of the other LAN computers). The SMC 8014 should be serving as a bridge and RRAS should be doing all of the routing. I do have multiple IPs and from what I have read the SMC 8014 does have a public broadcast address that is different than any of my public IPs. I looked all in the config options for the SMC and say no reference to NAT Loopback, and since I an not doing NAT on that device does it matter?
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comment Windows 2008 Server Router and Local Network
The external NIC has a public IP and goes directly into another router, it is an SMC 8014. It is the only connection going into the router. The SMC router is capable of doing NAT (which I currently have disabled). Does the NAT loop-back concept consist of me enabling NAT on the router and then multi-homing the Public Interface with a private IP on the same subnet as my LAN?
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