[A] - Primary Workstation (XP Pro), 192.168.0.1, Dial Up Connection:ICS Enabled.
[B] - Local Web Server (2K Pro)
[C] - Secondary Workstation (98SE)
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This Works just fine, except I want to add a dial up connection from [B]. The connections wont both be active at the same time, but I'd like both to be shared.
IE: If [A] is connected, both [B] and [C] can access the internet, but is [B] is connected instead, [A] and [C] can access the internet through that instead.
I know this isn't the most efficient method, I'd like to set up [B] to be a 'proper' server for my home network and have it assign my IP's and do all the DNS work and handle my internet connection and firewall etc... however I don't want to have to rely on [B] to be on all the time.
So basically, my question is, is there a way to get ICS to work on two seperate machines on the network?