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    James
    I am the Network Engineer working for Mark Baumann at Indianola School. We spoke on the phone about configuring this setup and you asked me to post about the results. It work just as planned, I called Onenet and got three public IP addresses and configured them in the following fashion:

    Public IP 1 - Untrust Interface of the firewall
    Public IP 2 - Teacher Subnet
    Public IP 3 - Student Subnet

    I had to configure what Juniper calls a DIP, it was very simple once I understood the mechanics of the DIP

    Gary Guthrie
    NetPro, Inc.
    Thankful People: Daniel Gifford, eldorado_ok
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    • CommentTimeFeb 25th 2010 edited
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    Gary I am glad that worked for you. That setup is very similar to what I had to do. Great job!

    As a side, I looked up the prices of Juniper firewalls and they are unfortunately way out of our price range so I will have to stick with my two cheap firewalls for now. :smile:

    James Sears
    K-12 Oklahoma Moderator
    Technical Director
    Eldorado Public Schools
    Thankful People: Daniel Gifford

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