I hope someone will help me to better understand how to make a good Internet sharing from my computer, since I am not a professional in this. I have read a lot, but still do not understand everything. More than that there are contradictory information on setting this up.
My computer (Win 2000 Professional) is in a private network. There is also a server with Win 2000 Server on it. Some computers get on the Internet through that Server. I have my own ADSL connection to the Internet.
1. I want my boss to access the Internet (Outlook, Secure Internet Banking and www) through my computer and to be authenticated automatically at the firewall. What changes do I have ti make?
2. I also need my Yahoo Messenger to work with VOICE and WEBCAM. After I installed KWF this features do not work. Please, be so kind as to help me.
3. I want to know what is DIAL-IN interface in Trafic Policy?
Additional Info about my PC:
IP – 192.168.1.3
Computer name – Pavel
User name – Assistant; workgroop – company
OS – Win2000 Professional
My boss PC:
IP – 184.108.40.206
Computer name – Director
User name – Brawn; workgroop – company
OS – Win 98 SE
Thank you very much for your help
I'm a new french user of KWP, i think (until a better answer):
1) make a policy specifying the IP address in "source",the internet interface in "destination","any","permit", and "NAT (default outgoing interface)"
2) define a service and then make a policy to allow this service, but i don't know witch port to open ...
3) DIAL-IN is the default interface witch the internet interface has to be binded to.
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