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WINDOWS 2000 SERVER
tedg Oct-05-01 08:51 PM
CAN I CONFIGURE MY WINDOWS2000 SERVER TO ACT AS A ROUTER? I WANT TO HAVE INTERNET CONNECTION SHARING ON MY LAN FOR MY SOHO. INSTEAD OF BUYING A ROUTER
I UNDERSTAND I CAN CONFIGURE MY W2K SERVER TO ACT AS A ROUTER? HOW WOULD I DO IT??
I HAVE 2 PC - HUB - CABLE MODUM 3 NIC CARDS.

THANKS
TED


1. RE: WINDOWS 2000 SERVER
BBATES Oct-05-01 11:58 PM
In response to message 0
Try this Microsoft web site. Download the Word file. It is an excellant tool.

http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/techinfo/planning/incremental/connectnetwork.asp


2. RE: WINDOWS 2000 SERVER
adi Dec-24-01 10:14 PM
In response to message 0
yes U can configer ur windows 2000 as a router as the following :
U should have two network adapter the intrenal one connecting to the LAN and routing and remote access is enabled and the default Gatway is teh IP Address of the External Adapter , and the extarnal Adapter connecting to the ISP and i prefere to Use ICS or NAT servise to connect all the clients on the LAN to the Internet .

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