"Gitendra" <c2gaustralia@newsgroup> wrote in message
>I have one Windows 2008 Standard Server with two NICS:
> NIC1: LAN 192.168.200.1
> NIC2: WAN 10.200.200.2
> DNS, DHCP, AD, Network Policy & Access Services are installed. All seems
> to be working fine.
> PPTP VPN works fine through NIC2.
> Then I installed the Squid Caching Proxy and it seems to bind to NIC2. So
> on the LAN clients I have to point the proxy to 10:200:200:2:3128 to get
> it to work. So I tried another proxy called "FreeProxy", again it binds to
> NIC2. Other than that it all seems to work.
> Have I done something wrong in the server setup, shouldn't the LAN clients
> point to 192.168.200.1:3128. Will I start to have problems?
> Any help would be appreciated. Thanking you in advance.
Go into Network Connections windows, Advanced Menu, Advanced Settings,
change the binding order so the internal NIC is the first in the list.
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