Putting an dev SBS box on my network

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by David F, Apr 24, 2004.

  1. David F

    David F Guest

    I installed SBS 2003 Server on a development box that is on the same subnet
    as our Windows 2000 network.

    The SBS box is in its own stand-alone domain but I want it to be able to use
    the existing Win 2000 network to access the internet.

    How can I do this?

    In the old NT days I would have to set up a trust relationship between the
    two domains. But how do I do this between a Windows 2000 and a SBS 2003

    (Note, all the Win 2000 boxes access the Internet through a ISA server in
    that domain)

    David F, Apr 24, 2004
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    Henry Craven Guest

    If you read the SBS Documentation you will see that it Does Not support

    Connect it directly to the Internet Router ( via a Hub or switch if
    necessary )

    Henry Craven. {SBS-MVP}
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    Henry Craven, Apr 24, 2004
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    Tony Su Guest

    Assuming that you described your setup accurately, that
    all hosts for both networks are in the same logical network
    (and phyical segment), then your problem is strictly a
    network routing and authentication solution.

    Network routing - All hosts in both Domains must be
    configured with network configurations which point to
    valid Internet gateways.

    Authentication - If each ISA acting as a valid Internet
    gateway might support hosts which are not members of its
    Domain, then you need to configure accordingly... support
    for SNAT clients.

    Theoretically, should work. And, Domain Trusts have
    nothing to do with this solution.

    Tony Su
    Tony Su, Apr 25, 2004
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