2000 server and default gateway?

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Hi,
We have a new Win 2K server and a proxy ISA. The interent runs but slow as hell then speeds up on are XP machines. The NT ones on the network work fine as do the 2000 pro ones. I dont get it and as a result my school has no interne

when ipconfig is run i can see the ip address but no default gateway, some has said that this should be there. It is specified on the server but does not show on the XP machines

HEL

Catherine
 
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Mohanchand Koduri [MSFT]

Hello Catherine,

When you want to use a Windows 2000 Server running ISA Server as the entry
point
to the internet for all your clients on the LAN, then you will need to have
at least two NICs
on your 2000 Server.

The external NIC should have a public IP address and a default gateway
specified.
The internal NIC should have a private IP address and no default gateway
specified.

All your internal clients should now be pointing to the internal IP address
of the ISA Server
for their default gateway.

Obviously you should have a Site and Content Rule and a Protocol rule
configured to
allow internet access. Also you should have name resolution mechanism
working
for internet access.

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Mohanchand Koduri [MSFT]

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catherine said:
Hi,
We have a new Win 2K server and a proxy ISA. The interent runs but slow as
hell then speeds up on are XP machines. The NT ones on the network work fine
as do the 2000 pro ones. I dont get it and as a result my school has no
internet
when ipconfig is run i can see the ip address but no default gateway, some
has said that this should be there. It is specified on the server but does
not show on the XP machines.
 

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