SBS 2000, 2 NICs, DYNAMIC IP, ISA [PROXY SERVER], with RASPPPoE
Courtesy Susan Bradley/Merv Porter/Bill Sanderson
[UNDER CONSTRUCTION NOT FINISHED YET]
While the preferred method is to implement a PPPoE router and not install this software, there are many reports that this software does work and does not cause issues that other PPPoE software has caused when loaded on servers.
In order to implement this version you will need to download and install this software:
PPP over Ethernet Protocol, Version 0.96: RASPPPOE_096.ZIP
Please read this page IN FULL before implementing this installation:
Please also review user comments on the SBS2K newsgroup
Additional resources can be found:
Limited - RASPPPoE:
broadbandreports.com - the place for BROADBAND:
Please note the recommended DNS setup is noted in this KB article:
How to Use the IP Address of Your Internal Network Adapter
a. Right click My Network Places...Properties. Right click on Internal NIC. Under the General tab, you should have the following checked:
Microsoft Client for Networks
QoS Packet Scheduler
File and Printer Sharing
Internal Protocol (TCP/IP)
b. Right click My Network Places...Properties. Right click on External NIC. Under the General tab, you should have the following checked:
Internal Protocol (TCP/IP) - nothing else
c. Right click My Network Places...Properties. Highlight the Internal NIC. Then select Advanced...Advanced Settings from the top menu for that window. This will check the bindings.
The Internal NIC should be display first followed by the External NIC. If not, move the Internal NIC to the top of the list.
The Internal NIC should have File and Printer Sharing bound (checkmarked) to the TCP/IP Protocol
The Internal NIC should have Client for Microsoft Networks bound (checkmarked) to the TCP/IP Protocol
The External NIC should be bound to TCP/IP only (no other
d. DHCP setup. Click on Start...Administrative Tools...DHCP.
Address Pool: 192.168.16.0 to 192.168.16.254
003 Router 192.168.16.2
006 DNS Servers 192.168.16.2
015 DNS Domain Name yourcompany.local
044 WINS/NBNS Servers 192.168.16.2
046 WINS/NBT Node Type 0x8
[please note - in official release notes, this value is usually seen as 0x1 (type B), however 0x8 is recommended for a SBS server]
e. Internet Connection Wizard (ICW)
Start the SBS Admin Console and run the ICW.
When prompted: Select Broadband Connection
When prompted: Select External NIC
When prompted: Use the DNS Nameservers from your ISP as DNS Forwarders.
f. Check to make sure the External NIC IP address is not
included in the
SBS Console | Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2000 | Servers and
Arrays | <SBS Server Name> | Network Configuration | Local Address Table
If the external NIC has an IP address of 192.168.1.2 and the Internal NIC
has an IP address of 192.168.16.2, then the range in the LAT should be
192.168.16.0 to 192.168.16.255 (which excludes the external NIC).
Please note: While the suggested IP addressing schema of the SBS 2000 is 192.168.16.x, you can utilitize any private IP address as recommended. Thus if you have a prior set up of 10.0.0.x, you may use that as well. When attaching Win98, or WinME computers, you may need to use hosts and lmhosts files to assist them in attaching to the network. Please see http://www.sbs2000.info click on logon problems for additional detail.
For additional features that can normally only be done with a static IP address, you may wish to sign up for dynamic DNS services such as www.dns2go.com or www.tzo.com that will provide you with these abilities. You will need to install this software on your server and open up a port in ISA Server as follows:
Name :[Insert your own]
ip protocol: TCP
local port: all ports
Remote port: Fixed port
Remote port number: 1227