Domain Client cant browse the Internet thru Windows 2008

I have a single server (win 2008 std) in a domain envorinment. It is the DC, DNS, DHCP. It has two network cards. one connected to the local network and the other connected to the internet modem.
My server can browse fine, but no other PC can browse on the network.
Please can anyone help me on this?

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Do you have Routing and Remote Access running? This is necessary for the server to act as a router.
bizdataAuthor Commented:
It wasnt running, but  i started it and still cant browse
For configuration info for rras, see
I haven't used 2008 much, so I am handing off to Microsoft.
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Darius GhassemCommented:
Here is the problem you shouldn't have a DC running on a multihomed server which means you shouldn't have 2 NICs in the server. Purchase a simple cheap linksys router don't allow your DC to be a router.

Disable 1 NIC then run ipconfig /flushdns, ipconfig /registerdns, and dcdiag /fix.

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bizdataAuthor Commented:
I solved it by adding a small netgear router as the gateway and reconfigure the dchp to give out the router IP as gateway address.
I am just not sure if i will be able to conect remotely to my server through the netgear router. I need to figure that out
Darius GhassemCommented:
Why a grade of a B?

You can still access remotely by using Port Forwarding or another remote access software like
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