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Internet Connection Sharing on local subnet

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I have a Windows XP (temporary before moving to win2003) sharing SDSL connection. Besides regular clients (another XP boxes)I have another local subnet (4 computers including server). Subnet server is windows server 2003 and it can access internet as well as both networks. But I can't turn on Internet Connection Sharing on Server2003, because it demands IP address 192.168.0.1 which is allready taken by the XP server which is sharing SDSL. So how do I turn on ICS for the subnet?
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this says it's for 98/me, but you can try it
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q230148
you could also try using nat instead of ics
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Thanks, NAT solved the problem
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