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Chapter 15. Connecting a Network to the ... > Sharing an Internet Connection with ...

Sharing an Internet Connection with Windows Server 2003

Microsoft server products such as Windows Server 2003 also provide you with the ability to share an Internet connection on a small network. In effect, the Windows server acts as a proxy server supplying the connection to other computers on the network (proxy servers are discussed in the next section).

Setting up Windows Server 2003 to share an Internet connection is very straightforward (almost as straightforward as setting up Internet sharing on a Windows operating system such as Windows 2000 or XP). You configure the network connection that is configured with the public IP address and connected to the Internet service provider.


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