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    I would like to know if i can use the nat feature in alcatel home?

    i have an internal domain
    an exchnage server
    dc
    dns
    ts
    can i use nat for them
    Does home only suppprot dynamic mapping?

    and why should i upgrade my home to pro?

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    Re: differences between alcatel home / pro

    If you are running all that on your network, I would suggest you upgrade to something better that. You need to look at a reasonable router that will provide you with the functionality you need to keep your network running. Have a look at the Router Reviews at the OzCableGuy.

    I would think at a minimum you need:
    SPI Firewall
    Port Forwarding
    VPN Support
    and if you have children, some URL filtering. The Alcatel even upgraded (if you can upgrade it) really isn't going to be adequate.
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    • #3
      Re: differences between alcatel home / pro

      Ok i'm taking care of this by purchsing s-box (check point)

      But for now i want to implement NAT

      I want to connect the exchange company server from my home
      using owa, is it possible?

      I read about the static mapping issue in the petri site
      and how to configure it for exchnage dc rpc and dns use

      Is there some other configuration i have to take care of?

      Dns forwarding to isp?
      security of dns server and other stuff?
      relay issues?

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      • #4
        Re: differences between alcatel home / pro

        Do you have a Static IP from your ISP?
        1 1 was a racehorse.
        2 2 was 1 2.
        1 1 1 1 race 1 day,
        2 2 1 1 2

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        • #5
          Re: differences between alcatel home / pro

          yes,
          the router does "spoofing" if i'm not mistaken(don't know if i use the right term)

          I mean it is always on
          and i have a static ip

          Well i just establish my domain.

          i have 2 servers

          one dc, dns, and ts
          the other one exchange
          As i told you; i want to use my home alcatel router as a nat

          open it to exchange, dns, and all the necessary services so i can communicate
          with the public net.

          for now i want only to connect owa
          and use ts
          afterwards when i will get the s-box i'll ask my isp to add an mx record for my domain

          i saw in the petri site the ports no
          but i'm not sure if the home router supports it?
          and if i need some other configurtions
          dns, exchange or security

          thanks

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