best practise - for australian users)

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by steve, Aug 6, 2004.

  1. steve

    steve Guest

    For australian users (maybe useful for others)
    I am setting up some screenshots on how to configure the
    sbs2003 server with modems supplied by

    Telstra (static IP)
    Optus (static IP)
    Swiftdsl (Static IP)
    (ie what settings to use etc) as i have found them useful
    when setting up other sbs2003 servers. basically just
    look at the pictures and change the assigned IP address
    and DNS etc to the ones issued.

    If you use another isp, and would like to add the
    screenshots, let me know. May help new users.

    Also, i have notice alot of question on WHAT Is the best
    Anti-Virus etc.

    if ok, i would like to add past posts from here which a
    major percentage of users agree
    Ie - Most people recommend Trend for SBS2003

    steve, Aug 6, 2004
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    Mal Osborne Guest

    Sounds usefull, but you are aiming at a rapidly moving target. ISPs change
    modems fairly rapidly, & firmware changes are even more frequent.

    Mal Osborne
    MCSE MVP Mensa
    Mal Osborne, Aug 6, 2004
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    Steven Guest

    true, but they do normally same pretty much the same (well telstra has for
    the past 18 months anyway lol)

    was just an idea, i am doing anyway for my book so thought may help

    Steven, Aug 6, 2004
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    Dick Guest
    Dick, Aug 6, 2004
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