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2003 server on network with dsl

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How do i set up a 2003 basic server with dsl on the same network. I have dns set up and dhcp from the server to 10 work stations. the dsl is sbc adsl on a netgear router with its dhcp disabled. can not get out to internet.  thanks
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Set the server/the clients to *only* point to the itself/server for DNS. In the DNS server's properties, configure forwarders to point to your DSL router as DNS forwarder (or use your ISP's DNS server directly, but those might change).
Configure your clients/DHCP to use the router as default gateway.
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