Setting up Windows Server 2003 – WAN

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I am looking for help to set up WAN connection with Windows Server 2003 through ‘RRAS WIZARD’. I have installed two network cards, but the problem is I don’t know how it can be configured. I am using DSL Modem for internet connectivity and there is no router installed. There are four ports in the DSL modem. Server IP is 10 dot 10 dot 10 dot two, MASK is 255 dot 0 dot 0 dot 0, Def. Gateway Ten dot Ten dot Ten dot 1 and DNS is 10 dot 10 dot 10 dot 2. These are the network parameters and there is no internet connection. I want to get internet connectivity on my two client systems which I have added to the domain. If anybody knows the solution to solving this, please help me. I will thankful for all your help.

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Setting up Windows Server 2003 – WAN

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Are you wanting to do internet connection sharing or are there services and applications you want to share between the two different networks?

My suggestion to your problem is, get yourself a wireless router. Because wireless router makes it easy. Plug your DSL mode into the internet port and the other devices in the other ports.  Windows has the capability built in, but there’s a reason why few people use it. There’ no point in messing the internet connection sharing on windows if you don’t have to, a wireless router makes it easy. You should get a right driver for your wireless device.

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Setting up Windows Server 2003 – WAN

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Thank you for this advice. Please can you say is it possible to overcome this problem with DSL modem? Many thanks for trying to help me Kalantsao.

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