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A cable modem connection is a fast connection in which your cable company is your ISP. Cable modems are primarily used by home customers, but many cable companies offer businesses transmission speeds up to 10 Mbps, though speeds up to 3.5 Mbps download and 384 Kbps upload are more typical. Cable connections to the Internet can be a viable alternative for a small business but are sometimes expensive depending on the locality.
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A full T1 (E1 is the European near equivalent) line supports up to 1.544 Mbps of total bandwidth. T1/E1 cabling requirements are more rigorous than those for DSL and the setup costs are correspondingly high. T1 is a more expensive option than DSL or cable modems but the service level for T1 lines is typically superior.
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The T1 bandwidth of 1.544 Mbps actually consists of 24 separate 64-Kbps channels. A fractional T1 line lets you purchase as many of these channels as you need. For example, if you need 512 Kbps of total bandwidth, you can make a cost comparison between eight channels of a fractional T1 and a 512-Kbps DSL line.
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A broadband connection using a local router can be set up with either one or two network adapters in the server. Figure 6-3 shows the arrangement when you have two network adapters. In this setup, your server is the default gateway and default firewall.
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Windows Small Business Server
Internet
Local network adapter Clients
Router ISP network adapter
Switch or hub
Figure 6-3. How the network is connected using two network adapters on your Windows Small Business Server.
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Tip Using one network adapter, the router becomes the default gateway and the Windows Small Business Server firewall can t be configured. If you don t have an existing firewall device, install a second network adapter. It s much cheaper than having your network invaded. To set up a broadband connection to the Internet using a local router, complete the following steps: 1. On the To Do List, click Start next to Connect To The Internet. 2. On the Connection Type page, select Broadband and click Next. 3. On the Broadband Connection page, select A Local Router Device With An IP Address from the drop-down list and click Next.
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Installation and Setup
4. On the Router Connection page, type the DNS server addresses and the IP address for the router. Clear the check box for using a single network connection and click Next. Note If you are already running Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server (ISA), the wizard will automatically configure ISA to work with Windows Small Business Server. 5. If the adapter obtains an IP address using DHCP, select that option on the Network Connection page. Otherwise, select Use The Following ISP Address and provide the addresses. When you click Next, the ISP network configuration is completed. 6. On the second Network Connection page, verify that the ISP network connection and the server local connection are correct and click Next. 7. Follow the steps in the Configuring the Firewall section (appearing later in this chapter) to complete the Configure E-Mail and Internet Connection Wizard.
Setting Up a Direct Broadband Connection
A connection to the Internet made through a DSL modem or cable modem is a direct broadband connection. Figure 6-4 shows the arrangement for a direct broadband connection.
Windows Small Business Server
Internet
Clients DSL or cable modem Switch or hub
Figure 6-4. Hardware arranged for a direct broadband connection.
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To set up a direct broadband connection, complete the following steps: 1. On the To Do List, click Start next to Connect To The Internet. Click the link for Required Information For Connecting To The Internet. When you re ready to proceed, click Next.
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2. On the Connection Type page, select Broadband and click Next. 3. On the Broadband Connection page, select A Direct Broadband Connection from the drop-down list and click Next. 4. On the Network Connection page, verify that the ISP network connection and the local network connection are correct and click Next. 5. On the Direct Broadband Connection page, supply the IP addresses for the default gateway and DNS servers. (Your ISP provides these addresses.) Click Next. 6. Follow the steps in the Configuring the Firewall section (appearing later in this chapter) to complete the Configure E-Mail and Internet Connection Wizard.
Setting Up a Broadband Connection with User Authentication (PPPoE)
If your broadband connection requires user authentication and uses a device such as a DSL or cable modem, you need two network adapters in the Windows Small Business Server, and the firewall is configured on the server. To set up a Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) connection, complete the following steps: 1. Click Start next to Connect To The Internet on the To Do List. Click the link for Required Information For Connecting To The Internet. When you re ready to proceed, click Next. 2. On the Connection Type page, select Broadband and click Next. 3. On the Broadband Connection page, select A Connection That Requires A User Name And Password (PPPoE) from the drop-down list and click Next. 4. On the PPPoE Connection page, select the PPPoE connection from the drop-down list. (If the connection isn t listed, click the New button and type the name for the connection and the service name.) 5. Type the ISP user name and password (that is, the user name and password that the ISP associates with your connection). If your ISP has assigned a static IP address to the connection, select that check box and supply that IP address and the IP addresses for the DNS servers for name resolution. Click Next. 6. On the Local Network Connection page, select the local connection and verify the IP address and click Next.
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