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i have a small home network (3 PC's)
I want to use Winroute to get all 3 PCS Online (Internet Connection sharing)

I tried Windows ICS but i dont like it and actually i have sygate Office Network
but since Sygate is not supported any more im looking for some alternatives

At this image you can find a overview about my little network

The Client PC should use the Internet connection of the Server. All worksations are based on Windows XP Professional

The server got 2 Network Interfaces the clients both 1

So now my question:

Can i Use Winroute to solve my problem?
What do i need to realize it? Which Programs has to run on the Server which on the client etc.

If Winroute is not a good decision for me can you give me an alternative?


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Connect the two clients to the hub and connect the hub to the servers network card 1. This is your LAN interface.
Connect the modem to the servers network card 2. This is you internet interface.
WinRoute will forward packets between both segments and filters unwanted packets (depending on traffic rules).
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