I don't think it can be done with windows95, NTx.x yes but not win95.
Thats why a product like Wingate is generally used on 95.
I would be very surprised if you can do it without an add-on for win95.
> From: Martin C. Walker <martinw @
> To: firewalls @
com; firewall-1 @
> Subject: IP forwarding/routing in Win 95
> Date: Friday, December 13, 1996 12:53 AM
> 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 ?