If you can assign dual numbers (or add a 2nd interface) to the Oracle
server those 150 users that don't access the Internet can be assigned
another IP address. I recommend something from RFC 1597.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Hisham Abdullatif Al-Rumaihi [SMTP:rumaihi @
> Sent: Tuesday, October 21, 1997 1:17 AM
> To: firewalls @
> Subject: IP addresses
> We have Class C network, and we have 400 internet users, 150 of them
> using the internet, but they are using TCP/IP applications(Oracle).
> We have DHCP server running on NT 4.0, and Proxy server running on NT
> 4.0 for accessing the internet through ip addresses.
> The problem is we are running out of IP addresses, and not all the
> using the internet, is there a way to give the oracle users illegal ip
> Please can anybody help us.
> Thank you
> Hisham Al-Rumaihi