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Connecting OSX 10.3 to a windows 2000 SBS

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I want to connect to the internet via our windows 2000 sbs with my Powerbook, but to no avail.

I can connect to the server, and I can only assume that the firewall client on the server is getting in the way - can anyone help?
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Are you sure the windows 2k machine is set up to route traffic to the net? It's set up to share its connection? Youve got the appropriate settings in the Network control panel on the Mac? Appropriate router/IP settings?
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