Securing NAT in RRAS


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Andy Sheley

I have NAT setup on a Windows 2000 server(PDC) with 2
cards so my internal network can get to the internet.
However, i can take a computer and plug into the network
and without even joining the domain, or logging on as an
account in the domain I can access the internet. Is their
a way to set security on NAT so only authenticated users
can get through to access the internet, and keep anonymous
people out? Thanks.

Andy Sheley
 
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Michael Johnston [MSFT]

NAT does not have this ability. Our ISA server product does have a SNAT (secure NAT) feature that does provide this ability. For more information please
see www.microsoft.com/isaserver.

Thank you,
Mike Johnston
Microsoft Network Support
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