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Server 2003 change of Broadband line

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  • Broadband
  • Internet Service Providers
  • Servers
  • Networking
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July 30, 2010 12:10:27 PM

Hi,

I have a server 2003 machine on an old broadband line. We have just installed a new broadband line and it has now been activated, the ISP has given me the details:

count 8
netbits 29
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.xxx
rad Username

rad Password
Service Type Framed-User
Framed Protocol PPP
Framed IP Address 95.177.xxx.xx
CiscoAvPair1 ip:D ns-servers=85.189.1xx.x 85.xxx.xx.xx
CiscoAvPair2 ip:route=95.177.122.xx 255.255.xxx.xxx
Last Auth Success
Last Auth Failure
adslID 62brmsfp4
IP list 95.177.xxx.40 - 95.177.xxx.41 - 95.177.xxx.42 - 95.177.xxx.43 - 95.177.xxx.44 - 95.177.xxx.45 - 95.177.xxx.46 - 95.177.xxx.47 -

(the xxx are for security...)


I need to know what I need to change on the Server to make it work with the new line. I have 2 computers which rely on this server so will I need to configure them as well?

Someone has suggested making a DHCP and letting the router be the default gateway.

cAn anyone give me step by step detailed instructions?

I would be eternally greatful to anyone with the solution.

Thanks.

T

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July 30, 2010 1:41:28 PM

What is your current setup? Don't know what to change until we know what your setup looks like right now.
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