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Proxy ARP disable on NT RAS?

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Does anyone know if it's possible to disable the automatic Proxy ARP that NT RAS performs?  Perhaps a registry setting somewhere?  It is necessary to do this in order to support telco return on cable modems with RAS, where the upstream and downstream data need to take different paths.
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M$KB Q121877 may help you to do this. In addition, Windows NT add-on RRAS may also help.

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