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Win2k Pro ICS and static ips

By JStone ·
Is there a way to bypass the DHCP used with Win2k Pro and use static ip address? I have an NT 4 with Class A static network assignments. I want to be able to keep these assignments and also use ICS on this machine as a gateway. Can I change the default ip address assigned to the ICS machine by a registry hack like 98se and then assign all my machines gateway settings to point to the ICS machine for Internet access? Is this at all possible??

TIA,

John Stone

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by rvkempen In reply to Win2k Pro ICS and static ...

ICS can only work within the 192.168.0.0 range, there's no work around.
Try implementing the server version.
Then you can do what you want.
If you do not want a server, or cannot afford one try www.winroute.com, for a nat implemantation without the limits of ics.
good luck.

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