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Usng 2 Network Cards with SBS 2003

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Probably quite a smple one this: I am configuring an sbs server 2003 and think I need to useboth NIC's. We share the internet connection (provided via ADSL router) with 2 other companies in our building and curently everyone receives IP via DHCP provided by the router. I therefore want to connect 1 NIC to the ADSL router (presumably give it a static IP from the router subnet) and use the other to create a seperate network (with a different IP range, giving DHCP and DNS) for our users. How do I get the internal card to route traffic to the inernet via the card conneted to the router? Hope this makes sense

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That will work fine..
You wil need ICS (Internet Connection Sharing)
Try
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324286
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