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  • SharkyForums.Com - Print: Win2k Server Internet Sharing

    Win2k Server Internet Sharing
    By bigbear July 04, 2001, 03:09 AM

    I am a broadband user (ADSL) and have been sharing the connection between 2 client machines. There is 1 server with 2 clients. I have been using WinRoute Pro to share the connection, cos it gives me port mapping and allow me to run servers on my clients. I have tried many Win98se, Win2k Pro to be my server's OS. I am trying to play around with the Win2k Server, cos I want to learn more about it. I found that Win2k Server's internal service, (could be DNS, I am not sure) has interfered WinRoute Pro's function, anyone can let me know can Win2k Server do internet sharing with port mapping function.

    BiGBeaR

    By ua549 July 04, 2001, 01:01 PM

    Win2k Server has builtin sharing. It is called Network Address Translation (NAT). It allows you to map IPs and ports. It has many other features. It is part of the Routing and Remote Access services feature. There is a MMC for administering it. Check the OS Help files for RRAS.


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