We have a Windows 2000 Server with 2 Network cards, one for the internal LAN, the other for Cable Modem access to the Internet. Our server also has a dial up modem.
We can access the internet from our internal LAN with "Enable Internet Connection Sharing" selected. Can we also access the Internet via the dial up modem connected to our server or is this only possible via the internal LAN?
We have set up "Accept incoming connections" with the Network Connection wizard on the server.
(We want to dial our office server from home and use it's high speed Cable modem to surf the net! We can connect via the modem and see files etc but not surf the internet on the server)
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