We want to launch an internal website that only can be accessed from our network clients. This includes remote users. Is there an "allow these IPs" list somewhere using is on a Windows 2003 standard? Or will I need to create firewall rules for this?
From IP Addressing perspectives, use one of the internal IP you use at your office. From routing perspectives, as long as there is a route inside of your network, your local and remote users should be able to get to server.
Make sure that there is no NAT, a static private to public NAT, on your firewall for the IP you decide to use for web server.
Last Wiki Answer Submitted: August 18, 2010 11:17 pm by pkpatel1151430 pts.