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Re: [K12OSN] NAT and connections through it.



These are not thin clients. . .
It is a lab of computers. An E.A.S.T. lab to be specific, so they pretty much have full reign over them. I put the NAT in there so that when they get virus innfected, I can shell into the server that runs NAT and stop NAT and they are isolated. . . jsut that fast.

Now, I need to be able to let them talk to a virus server out on the rest of the network for updates and etc. . .

Thanks for the reply!

Doug


Doug Simpson
Technology Specialist
De Queen Public Schools
De Queen, AR
simpsond leopards k12 ar us
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>>> Almquist Burke <burke thealmquists net> 1/29/2009 5:55 PM >>>
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On Jan 28, 2009, at 7:11 AM, Doug Simpson wrote:

> I need some assistance. We have a computer lab that has 192.168.x.x  
> ips running from a linux box with two NICs in it. The lab is  
> conencted to one NIC. the other NIC is connected to the rest of the  
> network on a 10.40.x.x address.
>
> How do I configure NAT to allow a connection to a specific computer  
> on the 10.40.x.x network using NAT?


Are the computers in the lab thin clients? If they are your shouldn't  
even need NAT.

If they aren't, the NAT service should allow connections to be  
established from the lab to computers outside the lab. If you want  
computers outside the lab to initiate a connection, you need to  
manually forward addresses.
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