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Port forwarding under small business server 2003 router.

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  1. Mako

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    I went from using a netgear router/switch on my network combination to using windows small business server as a software router. The internet connection is being shared but I was wondering whether there was a way to forward ports in the same way that one would do so via netgear router for small business server?
    I have huntded around the router options but I cannot find a way to forward ports in the same way as I did on the netgear router (via the http interface).

    Many thanks
     
  2. wedor

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    Is this Standard or Premium Edition? One or two network cards?
     
  3. Mako

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    Windows small business server 2003 Standard edition.
    Two network cards. One is connected to a cable modem. The other is connected to a netgear 4-port switch/router. I have only got computers plugged into the switch part of the switch/router.
    Hmm what else? I am using static IP's for the network computers.
     
  4. Mako

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    I don't know if there is anything else I can say really.
     
  5. wedor

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    Sorry for the delay I can't make it here daily and I am more familiar with ISA server that the standard firewall.

    According to what I have found you need to run the Internet Connection wizard and then in the "Additional Services Configuration" area you can specify what ports you want open by creating "custom services".

    I do not have any servers running without ISA so I can't test this myself at present.
     
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