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1000 points for connecting a MAC-LAN via NT4 to the internet

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rbr
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birchallrCommented:

See http://valleynet.on.ca/~aa158/mac-ras.html  for info on
Mac's and NT RAS.

However, it sounds like you need a dialup router on your remote Mac network.  There are two different software products available to make one of your Macs act as the router:

  IPNetRouter
  http://www.sustworks.com/products/product_ipnr.html
 
  Vicomsoft Internet Gateway
  http://www.vicomsoft.com/vig/vig.main.html

Regards,

Richard
aa158@valleynet.on.ca



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lgsnzCommented:
We have a network of Macs connected to an NT server and via that using Microsoft Proxy Server to the internet with a single modem dial-out. ISDN or other access is also possible. Each workstation has email and www acccess using Eudora, Outlook Express, NetScape and Internet Explorer. Is that what you want to do? If so, reply and I will give you the breakdown and setup details of our system. Everything has been working well for over a year now.
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CallieCommented:
We're having the same problem. Could you please send me the breakdown? Many thanks.
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