On Thu, 12 Dec 1996, Martin C. Walker wrote:
> I have heard here the dangers of Win 95 boxes with modems living
> behind firewall because Win 95 has IP forwarding or routing capabilities.
> I'd like to take advantage of this to use my Win95 dial-up-networking
> and a "real" network card to make my '95 box a crude dial router for
> some quick and dirty firewall building/testing I'm doing.
> Can anyone enlighten me as to how this works/how to set it up ?
It doesn't work. Attempting to turn IP forwarding on in Win95 merely
causes the kernel to barf. See KB article Q142543 for more info.
One program you can try, however, is Qblik WinGate. You can find it via
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