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Dial-up networking sharing

By corby ·
Is there a way to share a dial-up connection on a NT 4.0 server (single domain) with Win98 & 95 client workstations? That is, from a workstation being able to access and dial out on the modem located on the server.

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by Lil_Turk In reply to Dial-up networking sharin ...

NT 4.0 will not share the modem on the server. What you could do, 1) Change you NT 4.0 server to SBS and it has the ability to share a modem or use win98se and share the modem/dial out connection from that machine. Also if you upgrade to w2k server it will do this for you too. Unknown if you need advanced server or just regular server. Cheap way is to use your win98se machine for dial out.

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by Cliff Miller In reply to Dial-up networking sharin ...

Configure RAS for dialout only on the server. Create a phonebook entry to connect to your ISP. Install Proxy Server 2.0 and configure it to autodial the RAS phonebook entry. When a workstation requests a web page, the server will automatically dial the ISP.

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by iank In reply to Dial-up networking sharin ...

Download RRAS for NT 4.0. This will allow you to configure the server as a router. Use Network address translation through a demand dial interface.

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