??? "Unofficial IP Address" --- "Proxy Server" VS "Windows2000Server" ???

??? "Unofficial IP Address" --- "Proxy Server" VS "Windows2000Server" ???

Post by <xmen> » Fri, 15 Sep 2000 04:00:00



Hi all seniors :

I have existing Class C IP address ( ie : 195.170.100.1) used as my gateway
to internet.

But I would like to allocate a new set of IP address (unofficial IP address)
for my 30 PCs in my organizational like this :

IP address 10.1.10.1 - 10.1.10.5 : allocate 5 IP address for 5 PCs for
Department-A in ZONE-51
IP address 10.1.20.1 - 10.1.20.5 : allocate 5 IP address for 5 PCs for
Department-B in ZONE-51
IP address 10.1.30.1 - 10.1.30.5 : allocate 5 IP address for 5 PCs for
Department-C in ZONE-51
IP address 10.2.10.1 - 10.2.10.5 : allocate 5 IP address for 5 PCs for
Department-A in ZONE-52
IP address 10.2.20.1 - 10.2.20.5 : allocate 5 IP address for 5 PCs for
Department-B in ZONE-52
IP address 10.2.30.1 - 10.2.30.5 : allocate 5 IP address for 5 PCs for
Department-C in ZONE-52

I understand that many organisations have already implemented their own
"unofficial" IP address enterprise-wide,
yet still want Internet Connectivity.  Therefore, rather than having to
re-address each workstation,
an "official" IP address can be implemented on A proxy server.  So then,
workstations can then access the Internet
via the proxy server without having to be reconfigured.

By the way, I using Windows2000Server currently.
Can I do this WITHOUT using Microsoft Proxy Server / other brand Proxy
Server?

Regards.

 
 
 

??? "Unofficial IP Address" --- "Proxy Server" VS "Windows2000Server" ???

Post by EduTech Computin » Fri, 15 Sep 2000 04:00:00


All you will need is the one machine with a proxy server on it, then
allocate each machine with a public IP address e.g. 10.0.0.1, 10.0.0.2 etc.
When configuring the browser on each PC, have them connect to the LAN via
the IP address of the host machine with the proxy on board. This controls
the traffic. Ensure DHCP is not operating if you allocate a machine an IP
number.

There are lots of proxy servers available if you search the net such as
Wingate... Hope this helps.


> Hi all seniors :

> I have existing Class C IP address ( ie : 195.170.100.1) used as my
gateway
> to internet.

> But I would like to allocate a new set of IP address (unofficial IP
address)
> for my 30 PCs in my organizational like this :

> IP address 10.1.10.1 - 10.1.10.5 : allocate 5 IP address for 5 PCs for
> Department-A in ZONE-51
> IP address 10.1.20.1 - 10.1.20.5 : allocate 5 IP address for 5 PCs for
> Department-B in ZONE-51
> IP address 10.1.30.1 - 10.1.30.5 : allocate 5 IP address for 5 PCs for
> Department-C in ZONE-51
> IP address 10.2.10.1 - 10.2.10.5 : allocate 5 IP address for 5 PCs for
> Department-A in ZONE-52
> IP address 10.2.20.1 - 10.2.20.5 : allocate 5 IP address for 5 PCs for
> Department-B in ZONE-52
> IP address 10.2.30.1 - 10.2.30.5 : allocate 5 IP address for 5 PCs for
> Department-C in ZONE-52

> I understand that many organisations have already implemented their own
> "unofficial" IP address enterprise-wide,
> yet still want Internet Connectivity.  Therefore, rather than having to
> re-address each workstation,
> an "official" IP address can be implemented on A proxy server.  So then,
> workstations can then access the Internet
> via the proxy server without having to be reconfigured.

> By the way, I using Windows2000Server currently.
> Can I do this WITHOUT using Microsoft Proxy Server / other brand Proxy
> Server?

> Regards.