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I have 2 computers that I have networked. Both are capable of dialing into my company intranet, and the internet. I have an ISDN Terminal Adapter in each, so can only log into one at a time.

How can I set up the computer I sit at most (my desktop), to dial into either, but when dialed into the intranet, to go to the other machine for any internet stuff?

The intranet connection has proxy setting so I can remove them to not get access to the internet at all on that connection, but it does not allow pop3 connections out anyway, so I want it to go though my internet connection on the other machine.

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Don't make your ISDN dialup the default gateway for your machine.  This can be unselected in the dialup properties.

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O.K, that wasn't all that sucessful. I am not sure if the problem is win2K based... The other machine, currently on the internet is running win2k.  Ihave noticed it not remember my passwords in outlook express, and outlook, but everyting else seems o.k.

I have not checked the internet sharing button as I my home network has its IP range set and I don't want to go around changing them all... why it changes is beyond me as is the whole win2k change.

I can see the win2k box on my network, but have no access to any resources (by double clicking), although I do have a share that is unrestricted.

On my win98 desktop, I have set up the gateway to be the win2k box.

Theoretically, this should be enough, the win98 box should see it can't get out on its current connections then attempt to contact all the other gateways it knows about... the win2k box should be able to see the internet, and route that way... ???

Grrr. where am I going wrong.
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