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I have an adsl modem and would like to setup a network where the main computer that is hooked up to adsl is the gateway and the computer I have hooked up to the gateway computer is a receptical for the internet service.  I have 2 network cards installed in the gateway computer and 1 in the workstation.  Currently I have a pier to pier network.
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You can install a proxy server on that gateway (Wingate). give the internal LAN private addresses including the LAN Card of the gateway that is connected to the LAN. You can also use Network Address Tranlation (NAT) in place of the proxy server.
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