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    Default New Setup help

    Here is my setup, I am only doing this for clean and expanding wise, so don't ask :-)



    Internet
    |
    Cable Modem
    |
    Untangle Server - 2 Nic Cards - Own Server
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    Linksys Wired Router 8 port
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    Router Port 1/24 port switch = Active Directory - Windows Server 2008 - Own Server

    Router Port 2/24 port switch = Web - Red Hat Enterprise Linux with LAMP or Windows Web Server - Own Server

    Router Port 3/24 port switch = Game - Red Hat Linux

    Router Port 4/24 port switch = Mail - Windows Exchange Server - Own Server

    Router Port 5/24 port switch = Media - Red Hat Linux

    Router Port 6 = Storage and Active Directory Server Backup running Windows Server 2003 with Norton Ghost or other Backup Software

    Router Port 7 = Storage and Backup Server for above running Windows Server 2003 with Norton Ghost or other Backup Software

    Router Port 8 = Storage and Backup Server for above

    My question is how do I get my users to log on, Do I leave port 80 on the untangle box open and have it pass them through to the web server and let them access everything that way or do I pay $12.00 to godaddy.com for a server with ssl that after verification would pass them throught untangle box to the server they wanted to use?

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    First all : how many public ip you have?

    Another questions:
    Who is doing the NAT ? untangle? linksys? both?
    What services (and ports) you need to be open for external access?
    The router have 8 or 24 port?
    The world is divided into 10 kinds of people, who know binary and those not

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    Is UT in bridged mode or is it acting as the router? What purpose does the Linksys serve? If you get rid of the Linksys and use UT as the router as well, you can just use Directory Connector and Policy Manager. That is, if you're trying to just connect to the local resources.

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