[pcductape] Re: 2k ics setup

  • From: "Pam" <ltf01@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <pcductape@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 6 Feb 2003 00:09:07 -0600

Very tired! How'd you know?  lol  =)

Gonna have to be tomorrow night, Bob.  I've got an early day to face
tomorrow, and my energy and oxygen levels aren't back up to normal yet.

Thank you for all your help so far, and for you others too!!!

G'nite,
Pam



>-----Original Message-----
>From: pcductape-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>[mailto:pcductape-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Bob Noble
>Sent: Wednesday, February 05, 2003 11:58 PM
>To: pcductape@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: [pcductape] Re: 2k ics setup
>
>
>Hi Pam,
>OK, you must be getting tired. :O)
>
>I think the next step is to review all your settings on the 2k machine.
>Screen shots of the properties of all the settings starting with the dialup
>network stuff.
>You can send one per email and I'll tell you what I think of your
>settings and
>we'll go through them all.
>
>Start tonight or tomorrow night?
>
>Bob Noble
>www.sonic.net/bnoble
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Pam" <ltf01@xxxxxxxxxx>
>To: <pcductape@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Sent: Wednesday, February 05, 2003 9:18 PM
>Subject: [pcductape] Re: 2k ics setup
>
>
>| Done as described.... however, there are a couple of things in the bottom
>| part of what you sent that I'm not sure I understand.  What do you think
>| this means:
>|
>| IMPORTANT: You should not use this feature on a computer running
>| >DNS server or
>| >DHCP server or a Windows domain controller.
>|
>| and
>|
>| >You cannot modify the default network configuration after enabling
>| >ICS. This
>| >includes items such as the range of private IP addresses that are
>| >handed out
>| >(DHCP allocator), enabling or disabling DNS, configuring a range
>| >of public IP
>| >addresses, or configuring inbound mappings.
>|
>|
>|
>|
>|
>|
>|
>| >
>| >
>| >Hi Pam,
>| >If this is enabled, try disabling it and enabling it again.
>| >
>| >Bob Noble
>| >www.sonic.net/bnoble
>| >
>| >How to Enable Internet Connection Sharing on a Network Connection
>| >in Windows
>| >2000
>| >The information in this article applies to:
>| >  a.. Microsoft Windows 2000 Server
>| >  b.. Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server
>| >  c.. Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional
>| >This article was previously published under Q237254
>| >For a Microsoft Windows XP version of this article, see 314066.
>| >
>| >SUMMARY
>| >With the Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) feature of network
>and dial-up
>| >connections, you can use Windows to connect your home network or
>| >small office
>| >network to the Internet. For example, you may have a home network
>| >that connects
>| >to the Internet by using a dial-up connection. By enabling ICS on
>| >the computer
>| >that uses the dial-up connection, you are providing network
>| >address translation,
>| >addressing, and name resolution services for all computers on your
>| >home network.
>| >MORE INFORMATION
>| >To enable ICS on a network connection:
>| >  1.. In Control Panel, double-click Network and Dial-Up Connections.
>| >  2.. Right-click the connection you want to share, and then click
>| >Properties.
>| >  3.. Click the Sharing tab, and then click to select the
>Enable Internet
>| >Connection Sharing for this connection check box.
>| >  4.. If the connection you are sharing is a Dial-up connection
>| >and you want the
>| >connection to dial automatically when another computer on your
>home network
>| >attempts to use external resources, click to select the Enable
>| >on-demand dialing
>| >check box.
>| >NOTE: To enable ICS in Windows, you must have administrative rights.
>| >
>| >IMPORTANT: You should not use this feature on a computer running
>| >DNS server or
>| >DHCP server or a Windows domain controller. When you enable ICS,
>| >the network
>| >adapter connected to the home or small office network is given a
>| >new static IP
>| >address configuration. Existing TCP/IP connections on the CS
>| >computer are lost
>| >and need to be re-established.
>| >Configuration and Usage Issues
>| >The ICS feature is intended for use in a small office or home
>| >office in which
>| >the network configuration and the Internet connection are managed by the
>| >Windows-based computer on which the shared connection resides. It
>| >is assumed
>| >that on its network, this computer is the only Internet
>| >connection, is the only
>| >gateway to the Internet, and that it sets up all internal network
>| >addresses.
>| >
>| >You cannot modify the default network configuration after enabling
>| >ICS. This
>| >includes items such as the range of private IP addresses that are
>| >handed out
>| >(DHCP allocator), enabling or disabling DNS, configuring a range
>| >of public IP
>| >addresses, or configuring inbound mappings.
>| >
>| >If your home office users need to gain access to a corporate
>| >network that is
>| >connected to the Internet by a tunnel server from a ICS network,
>| >they need to
>| >create a virtual private network (VPN) connection to tunnel from
>| >the computer on
>| >the ICS network to the corporate tunnel server on the Internet. The VPN
>| >connection is authenticated and secure, and creating the tunneled
>| >connection
>| >allocates proper IP addresses, DNS server addresses, and WINS
>| >server addresses
>| >for the corporate network.
>| >
>| >
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