Can get around DHCP requirement
Alot of users are doing the NAT with their DSL routers, which already serve DHCP (albeit a single addy) and interfere with the DHCP portion of NAT in Win2K. All you have to do is disable DHCP ands statically assign the clients addies in the range and have then list the NAT machine's internal IP as Default Gateway. All done!
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