i'm from Germany and i'm using "Teles SkyDSL". It's an international company: http://www.teles-skydsl.com
This is Satellite Broadband with ISDN return channel. The Program als an build-in internet connection sharing feature - but only Surfing and ICQ are working. Other services, expecially EMail, are not working. The Support has a workaround using the freeware "Jana Server", which is a proxy server. But there is a quite hard configuration to do. I'm not used to this that good, but with this solution i have to create an Proxy Rule / Port Forwarding for every application ... and EMail isn't working without problems!
Cause of this i'm searching for a way to "completely" share my connection in a way it is done at terrestrial DSL connections. In a way like a hardwarerouter or even the Windows ICS does and allows every application and port to connect.
So i tried Winroute Firewall, and to my surprise there is a option to select a satellite broadband connection to share - but this option is not available / selectable
Seems that Winroute can't work with my Teles SkyDSL Setup here?
I've tried a couple of other similar programs, but none worked. If i select the DialUP Network entry created by Teles Software, only the ISDN return channel was shared. At other programs i could set up a parent proxy, and here i used localhost with the port of the Teles Software. I think this is the right way, but it didn't work too
So i think Kerio Winroute and maybe Wingate could be the last chance for me Anyone here can give me any hints or workarounds?!
Id would be gread and i would even buy a expensive software if my network could be connected in an easy way
[Updated on: Wed, 05 October 2005 09:09]
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