James W. McKeand wrote:
> Ditch the Linksys box - unless it is providing wireless...
> I'm making the assumption that you are working with SBS 2003
> Standard -
> not Premium (i.e. you don't have ISA (Internet Security and
> Acceleration)) You have been "double-NATing" very icky in my book. You
> only need one NIC. Make the LAN interface of the m0n0wall
> something like
> 10.0.0.254 and have your SBS's DHCP give that IP as the
> gateway. You can
> re-run the Internet Connection Wizard and configure for an external
> router device (your m0n0). You can also use the m0n0wall as a
> for your DNS (or use the ISP's)
> I forward HTTP, HTTPS, and SMTP to my SBS from my m0n0wall (Inbound
> For VPN, you have two choices. You can redirect inbound PPTP
> to your SBS or you can use the m0n0's PPTP server and use the IAS
> (Internet Authentication Service) per this article:
> This method will allow your SBS to only handle the authentication -
> might be a small off-load. Let your firewall be a firewall and your
> server be a server...
No, the Linksys isn't for wireless so we could ditch that.
Actually we are running SBS Premium and have ISA running with dual NICs.
I am not too keen on changing to a single NIC config since what we have
It looks like the consensus is "dump the Linksys" so I'll give that a
see how it goes. Thanks for all the responses.