You can use Microsoft's Proxy Server to do this. It needs to run on
NT Server 4.0. You should be able to download a free evaluation copy,
I'm not sure what the pricing is like for the full version but I think's
it quite a bit
less than a firewall product.
Eric L. Tebelak
NT Systems Engineer
E-Mail: elt @
>From: Dick_Wall @
com [SMTP:Dick_Wall @
>Sent: Wednesday, May 21, 1997 1:46 PM
>To: firewalls @
>Subject: NAT Equipment ?
>Does anyone have a recommendation on a piece of equipment that can be
>used as a network address translator? I need something extremely
>simple, small and inexpensive that will allow me to translate addresses
>from a single, unregistered, class C subnet to some other registered
>class C or class B address.
>Our existing Internet firewall product has the ability to perform this,
>however I have scores of locations where I need to implement this, and I
>can't justify the expense of acquiring many, potentially full functional