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I have a NT lan. I want to connect to the internet. I have changed my connection to wireless. I can get into the inernet from the server but I cant share it with pcs. Pcs can recognize the server. but when I ping the ouside it just goes to the server . Please help
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sheahmed earned 50 total points
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You need to install a Proxy kinda service for this ...

isnt a big deal .... recommended is a client server based software which will enable internet sharing with firewall ...

try wingate, or cybergate one of them will solve ur problem ...


Rgrds,
Sheeraz Ahmed
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Ata9626;

I am assuming that the server is dual homed?  If this is the case then Sheeraz is correct but I favor Winroute to do these duties mainly for it's size and configuration ability.

If your system is not dual hommed how is the server connected to the internet / and your lan?

Thanks
Scott
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