JSI Tip 5464. How do I configure a Windows 2000 Server as a Network Address Translation server?

Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 299801 contains the following summary:

You can use Network Address Translation (NAT) in Windows 2000 to connect computers on a home or small office network that are on a single subnet to the Internet by adding the NAT routing protocol to the Routing and Remote Access service (RRAS). This article describes how to install and configure NAT on your Windows 2000-based computer that is running RRAS.

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