Dlink 302

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by Steven, Aug 31, 2004.

  1. Steven

    Steven Guest

    Hi
    Anyone using Dlink 302 ADSL Modem

    I need some help in opening the ports?

    I can get internet access on all computers, but can not receive email (can
    send)
    I can also not remote log in?

    Just need some help in setting the right configure in modem. The ISP was no
    help as they say they only support connection to a single computer and not a
    server.
    On hold at the moment to Dlink support for the past 45 mins (2nd time)



    Thanks
    Steven
     
    Steven, Aug 31, 2004
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  2. Hi Steven!

    Can you tell us a little bit about your scenario? How it is connected? Is
    the DLink connected to a hub and all the PCs and the server are connected to
    it? The server has 1 or 2 NICs?

    From the looks of it the 302 is only a ADSL modem... it doesn't really have
    firewall capabilities. My suggestion is that you install this in front of
    the SBS box and put it on the DMZ (apparently the instructions are on page
    18 of the manual). This way you don't have to deal with that thing.
    http://support.dlink.com/products/view.asp?productid=DSL-302G_revC

    May I suggest you get a firewall (especially if you are using SBS Standard)?
    Also, another place to ask questions about this specific hw is the
    broadbandreports.com forums. You probably will get an answer a lot faster
    there.
     
    Javier Gomez [SBS MVP], Aug 31, 2004
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  3. Steven

    Steven Guest

    Hi
    thanks for the info.
    i thought SBS had a firewall? build in.
    Dlink modem is connected directly to the 2nd nic card.
    The other computers connect to the SBS server on the Netgear wireless router
    connected to the 1st nic card.

    I have the dlink modem working now :) as i just played around with some
    settings :)
    mail is working and i can get remote access. So just need to setup VPN from
    a remote location as we need to map to a hard drive on the server (i am
    hoping this will be easy)
    i have posted about this before, and was told to ensure then the remote
    cmputers do not use the same ip range.

    Is there a good adsl modem/router with build in firewall u recommend for
    future projects. or do u recommend connecting the modem to a router and then
    to the 2nd nic card.


    Steven


     
    Steven, Sep 1, 2004
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  4. i thought SBS had a firewall? build in.

    Yes... but I always feel better having another firewall. Especially if your
    external interface gets a dynamic public IP... this way the fw absorbs all
    the changes.
    Great that you got it working. Setting up VPN is easy... just do what you
    just said, run the Remote Access Wizard, create the vpn conectoid on the
    client and enjoy.
    I have no recomendations for this scenario... I just usually get the ADSL
    modem that the ISP sends :)
     
    Javier Gomez [SBS MVP], Sep 1, 2004
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  5. Steven

    Steven Guest

    Thanks for yourhelp once again


     
    Steven, Sep 1, 2004
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