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Internet Explorer And ISDN

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  • Networking
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May 9, 2003 5:40:05 PM

Hi all,
I have two Pc's in the office and one has an ISDN connection. I want to use this connection to get on the Internet with the other PC as well. Will it be possible to have both machines connected at the same time? I am using Windows 2000 Professional on both machines and would like to know how to do this. They are both networked together and in Internet Explorer it is set up to auto detect network settings.

Also I want to set up some sort of e-mail server so that one e-mail address can be used from multiple machines, is this possible?

Thanx in advance for all the help.
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May 10, 2003 3:28:31 PM

Please guys, surely someone can help me here? If I was to use a Proxy would that do what I want?

Thanx
May 12, 2003 12:59:09 AM

just set up internet connection sharing. the windows help file should be sufficient in getting you started on that. the email thing, forget it.

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