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    Unhappy HELP with new Untangle-SBS 2003 setup

    Hi to all!!! I'm trying to setup a UT box on a SBS 2003 network. Currently, my configuration is the following:

    T1 > sbs (2 nics) > switch > 25 pc's

    We use the sbs for exchange and activesync (for push email to TREO's), and internet gateway. What I need is to be able to log and filter internet usage by user, plus the bells and whistles of antiv, spam filtering, ect.

    I was thinking of this:

    T1 > Untangle Box > SBS (2 nics) > switch > 25 pc's

    but I read that this will not allow me to report internet usage by user.

    I tried the following configuration, without success:

    T1
    |
    Untangle Box DMZ > SBS (1 nic)
    |
    Untangle Box internal > switch > 25 pc's

    Maybe the problem was with the ip config:

    T1 – ip 192.168.1.1
    UT ext – 192.168.1.2, Gateway 192.168.1.1, DNS 12.345.678.9 (my ISP)
    Untangle Box DMZ – bridge to external
    Untangle Box internal - bridge to external
    SBS – ip 192.168.16.2,
    Gateway 192.168.1.2, DNS 12.345.678.9 (my ISP)
    PC’s – ip from SBS DHCP (range 192.168.16.X),
    DNS from SBS,
    gateweay 192.168.16.2 (SBS)

    Any help will be appreciated!!!!!!

    Thanks in advance!!!

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    Could you try this. T1 - Untangle -Switch - SBS single NIC
    to be understood, you must first understand. :)
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    Were/are you using ISA..as in SBS Premium?

    If just SBS Standard...I'd recommend dropping to single NIC..just plop it behind your UT box.

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    thanks to both. It is standard and I having a mayor problem with the setup. What do you think of my ip config???

    thanks!!!!!!!!!!!
    Last edited by juancpa22; 12-08-2008 at 06:48 PM.

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    I'm assuming you're using ISA 2000/2004? With a single UT server you have to sacrafice something. If outside of ISA server you lose visibility into your LAN traffic, RAP, AD support. If inside then you can't filter any traffic bound for SBS (SMTP,HTTP/S), which for most defeats the purpose of using UT.

    Short of installing a 2nd UT Server, your only other option (that I'm aware of) is removing ISA and making UT your router, not SBS.

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    Its a SBS without ISA. What I need is to be able to log and filter internet usage by user, plus the bells and whistles of antiv, spam filtering, ect.

    I was trying the "T1 > Untangle > Switch > SBS single NIC" approach. I only get internet connection to the UT box, but not to the server or the clients.

    My config is as the enclosed attachment.

    Any advice???

    Thanks in advance.

    Juan

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    Are your client PCs using DHCP? What gateway are they pointing at?

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    Good Point Danp.
    Don't forget DNS though
    Important for Clients look to SBS DHCP for IP and DNS.
    So DHCP=OFF on UTS

    We have had this setup working flawlessly for months now:
    Broadband -> UTS -> Switch -> WSBS2003 R2 (R2 shouldn't make a difference) -> Clients

    --
    It also looks like there is an issue with the IP configuration in the Orig Post.
    ? - Doesn't the T1 router have a static Outside (routable) IP?
    ? - Doesn't the Ethernet port on the T1 Router also have an Outside (routable) IP?
    Last edited by cyberworkx; 12-09-2008 at 03:33 PM. Reason: Additional info error discovered on orig post

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    Also Start with minimal apps powered up, get connectivity, then start activating rules and filters.

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    Danp: The clients use the SBS for DHCP, DNS and gateway (untangle DCHP & DNS off).

    cyberworkx: the T1 have a static Outside (routable) IP.

    I just notice that the picture of my config is too small, so I'm posting it again.

    Let me know any suggestion. Thanks!!!

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