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I have this network structure modem <------> router <----> switch <-----> servers / computers I have a machine with win7, and running vmware with 1 network card. in vmware, I ...
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    I have this network structure

    modem <------> router <----> switch <-----> servers / computers

    I have a machine with win7, and running vmware with 1 network card.

    in vmware, I have windows 2008 and another vm with debian doing firewall / proxy.

    how do I pass by every network debian when accessing the internet?

    I'll have to configure the switch? need to have 2 virtual interfaces in debian?

    this is feasible network structure?

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    I have a physical machine with windows 7 and connected to the switch.

    this machine is installed vmware.

    in vmware, I have windows 2008 and debian
    windows 2008 is running AD and DNS.
    debian is running firewall and proxy.

    all other machines are connected to the switch.

    these machines do login with AD in windows 2008.

    how do I get all the machines pass through debian "firewall / proxy"?

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    One way would be to make debian's ip address the GW for the other systems and make debian's GW the router itself.

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