someone good know network ?

Discussion in 'Server Networking' started by User, May 10, 2004.

  1. User

    User Guest

    Hello,
    i have one Windows server 2003 (with all fix) with 2 network adapters. There
    are 2 ip adresses on different network class. I don't want to make a bridge
    or something like that. It's just to way to access to with servers (web
    server inside and ouside my company)
    But,
    When i ping a network card from an other computer, it's ok.. but when i ping
    the other network adapter, the ping is not ok. But, when i launch a html
    connection with the network adapter with the fail ping. It takes a time, the
    html connection is good And the ping is now good... And when i try to ping
    the other network adapter (that's work before) the ping is not good.. It's
    like the server respond the ping when the network card is the most use ...
    or something like that.. i don't understand...

    Help ..

    thanks ..
     
    User, May 10, 2004
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  2. User

    Roland Hall Guest

    in message : Hello,
    : i have one Windows server 2003 (with all fix) with 2 network adapters.
    There
    : are 2 ip adresses on different network class. I don't want to make a
    bridge
    : or something like that. It's just to way to access to with servers (web
    : server inside and ouside my company)
    : But,
    : When i ping a network card from an other computer, it's ok.. but when i
    ping
    : the other network adapter, the ping is not ok. But, when i launch a html
    : connection with the network adapter with the fail ping. It takes a time,
    the
    : html connection is good And the ping is now good... And when i try to ping
    : the other network adapter (that's work before) the ping is not good.. It's
    : like the server respond the ping when the network card is the most use ...
    : or something like that.. i don't understand...

    It's not a good idea to allow public/private access to your server.

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    Roland Hall
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    Roland Hall, May 11, 2004
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