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FIGURE 7-2 Single-NIC configuration for SBS 2003
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Most consumer-grade routers include minimal rewall capabilities, but they really aren t suf cient to properly protect an SBS network. You should either add a rewall appliance in addition, or buy a true rewall router such as one of the TZ series rewalls from Sonicwall (http://www.sonicwall.com/us/products/TZ_Series.html). Other possibilities include WatchGuard rewalls (http://www.watchguard.com) and Netgear ProSafe rewalls (http://www.netgear.com/Products/VPNandSSL/WiredVPNFirewallRouters.aspx). The basic process of network recon guration uses the following steps:
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Recon gure DHCP for shorter license times (optional). Disable or remove the Internet-facing NIC in your existing SBS server. Run the Con gure E-Mail And Internet Connectivity Wizard (CEICW) to recon gure networking. Install a router/ rewall and connect to the Internet. Connect the router/ rewall to a switch on the internal Ethernet. Run the Remote Access Wizard to disable VPNs and recon gure Routing And Remote Access (RRAS). Recon gure client computers and devices with xed IP addresses and verify DHCP con guration.
DHCP Recon guration
Although it s not absolutely required, you can simplify DHCP address recon guration on your SBS network if you shorten the lease time in advance of beginning the migration. This will allow client computers and devices on your network to get updated network information without a reboot in a reasonable time frame. The default DHCP lease duration is eight days. To change the duration, follow these steps:
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Log on to your existing SBS server with an account that has administrative privileges. Open the DHCP console (dhcpmgmt.msc). In the left pane, drill down and select the scope you want to change. Select Properties from the Action menu to open the Scope Properties dialog box shown in Figure 7-3. Change the Lease Duration For DHCP Clients to a shorter time. We like to set an 8-hour lease here. Click OK to close the Scope Properties dialog box and return to the DHCP console. Close the DHCP console.
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FIGURE 7-3 The Scope Properties dialog box for a DHCP scope
Disable or Remove Second NIC
The rst essential step in recon guring your network from a two-NIC SBS network to a singleNIC network is to disconnect the externally facing NIC from your existing Internet connection and disable or remove the network card. You can get away with disabling it, but then you ll have more complaints from the SBS wizards, so we prefer removing it physically from the server. After you ve removed the network card, you need to recon gure your SBS network to the IP address range you ll use for your Internet connection.
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Address Ranges
ecause you re recon guring your network anyway, now is a good time to make a decision about the IP address range you want to use. The default range of many
routers is 192.168.0.xxx or 192.168.1.xxx. The easy answer is to use whatever the default range of your new router/ rewall is. We actually don t much like that solution because it can cause complications down the road if you re ever in a situation where you need to set up a static VPN to another network that has chosen that range. We prefer choosing pretty much any of the other possibilities in the private C-class range anywhere from 192.168.2.xxx to 192.168.254.xxx. The default range for SBS 2003 is actually 192.168.16.xxx, and that s a good choice that doesn t seem to interfere with any other common ones we ve seen. On our networks here we have used 192.168.16.xxx and 192.168.51.xx for our test networks.
Preparing Your Server
When you ve decided the range for your new SBS network, you can complete the recon guration by following these steps:
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Shut down the SBS server. Disconnect the Internet-facing network cable from the server, open the server enclosure, and remove the network card. Turn on the server. It will likely take longer than usual to restart be patient. Log on to the server with the main Administrator account. In the left pane of the Server Management console, click Internet And E-Mail to show the Manage Internet And E-Mail page as shown in Figure 7-4.
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