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I am using the trial version for product evaluation in a test lab setup.

I have a pc with 2 nics running WinRoute.
Telephone -> Router -> WinRoute PC -> switch -> lan PC's.

I can browse the internet & post stuff i.e. this from the WinRoute PC.

I have punched a hole through the firewall in WinRoute as a learning/familarization exercise. Through this hole I can use a test Lan PC to connect to online games & play them. However I cannot use IE8 to browse the internet on any of the Lan PC's.

Any thoughts on what I need to do next please.
Many thanks.

::edit::
hmm add to that unable to pick up email with outlook on Lan PC.

Prior to installing WinRoute I was using DNS and NAT successfully.
After installing WinRoute I removed NAT from RRAS and uninstalled DNS.
If I connect a Lan PC to the router directly everything works fine.

The final network will be using Active Directory so please bear that in mind when helping me out.

[Updated on: Tue, 06 October 2009 00:22]

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