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NAT setup on Windows 2000 server

Hello - I'm running DSL at my house, I have installed 2 NIC's in my Windows 2000 server and I would like to use RRAS NAT so I can share my internet with the rest of my computers using a hub.  Can someone explain me how to setup my network.  

Thanks/Guanaco2000.
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jhanceCommented:
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frankaCommented:
do you want to use the ics or the ras and routing nat?

ics is somewhat limited to ips and one nic(?) so you would have to edit the registry for another ip than Standard 192.168.0.1 and modifying the route list.

ras ans routing NAT is much more sophisticated and has a nice wizard and only help to setup.
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AvonWyssCommented:
Does your DSL require PPPoE (most do)?
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I disagree.  I suggest that my comment is both first and best and should be force accepted.
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