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Proxy server for windows2000 professional

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Hi,
 I have windows2000 professional installed on my machine and it has an ISDN line connected to it.Now i want to setup a proxy server on this machine so that i will be able to get the internet on my other machines.Please advise on which proxy server i have to u,if the windows2000 professional itself has a proxy server then how will i install.A step up step procedure will be very thankfull.

Thanks in advance..

Warm Regards
Anna
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W2K Pro includes Microsoft ICS (Internet Connection Sharing).  This is a fairly limited implementation but fits the needs of a majority of home/SOHO users.

The good news is that you already have it and it costs nothing extra.  Just install and configure it.

If you need something more sophisticated, I like WinGate from Deerfield.  See www.wingate.net.
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See:
Internet Connection Sharing for Win2000 - Broadband WAN Connection

     http://www.practicallynetworked.com/sharing/ics/ics_win2k_install_bband.htm

for your Windows 2000 professional.
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