Posts Tagged ‘ Router ’

Configuring NAT on the Cisco PIX or ASA firewalls.

April 30, 2009
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If you do not want to expose your server’s IP address to an external client you can use Network Address Tranalation (NAT) to hide it. For example if your servers IP address is 192.168.0.10 then you can publish it to an external client as 10.0.0.10. The reason you would do this is to enhance...
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Typical Windows DHCP Server Scope Options

April 28, 2009
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Here is a list of typical DHCP server scope options that I usually configure on the Windows DHCP server. 003 Routers 006 DNS Servers 015 DNS Domain Name 249 Classless Static Routes The DCHP server automatically assigns unique IP addresses to any computer that wishes to connect to the LAN. Before DHCP came along...
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NAT, Network Address Translation

March 1, 2007
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Last night or early this morning I had to stay my and work on a new network connectivity with a financial institution.  I am not going to name the institution but will only say that it is one of the largest financial institution in the USA. At the scheduled 1 a.m. eatern time, I...
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