I was just wondering what happens when Internet Connection Sharing is enabled on Windows 2000 Server.
I am just curious as to how it works...
How are the packets routed to the pcs that requested them?
How is this dfferent from the other methods available for sharing an internet connection, i.e. dhcp, etc?
ANyone know any site with good explanations..
Win2k Server will share a connection and the term "Internet Connection Sharing" is just the name of the idiot-proof wizard for Win98/ME/XP's scheme for simplistically sharing the connection. Behind the scenes whatever the version of Windows, the mechanics are the same. 2k Server has additional features that can be used, but its most basic form of connection sharing is pretty much identical.