[windows2000] Re: OT- Internet Connection Sharing

  • From: "Costanzo, Ray" <rcostanzo@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 1 Oct 2003 11:24:45 -0400

What does "can't" mean?  Do you get an error returned from the ISA
server?  Also, I don't know that ICS will recognize proxy settings in
IE.  Perhaps you need to use the ISA server as your gateway instead of  ?  Just a guess.

Ray at work

-----Original Message-----
From: Farrugia, Paul [mailto:pfarrugia@xxxxxxxxxxxx] 

I have two pc's that I need to network for someone who will be using
them at home with his cable connection. I have them connected with a
crossover cable and they are in the same workgroup. The host PC is a
Windows XP machine with 2 nic's and the client is a 98se machine. The
connection between them seems to be fine, the only problem I am having
is Internet access. I cannot get the host pc to connect to the internet
at our site. We connect to the internet through an ISA Server. I am able
to ping the ISA Server with the ip address and name. Anyone have any
ideas as to why I cannot get internet access?

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