Im a student and my team and I are trying to get experience in working with/put together a presentation on Microsoft's Firewall Threat Management Gateway.
We are using a lab with:
-two cisco 2600 routers
-two 3750 switches
-three servers running microsoft server 2008 64 bit.
We want to create an "internal" network and an "external" network (that would simulate the Internet). The "external" network will have one server hosting various websites("good" and "bad"). The TMG server has two NIC cards. One of the NICs in the TMG will connect to external while the other NIC connects to the internal. This way we can practice setting filtering rules and such for the servers and clients within the internal.
I was wondering if I could get some confirmation that our lab setup could work:
Will this be possible with only one router? What IP addresses do we assign to the external NIC of the TMG server (facing the router) and what IP do we assign to the connecting interface of the router?