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( Wussing out ) - I can't get IP Masquerade to work! What options do I have for Windows Platforms?

7.44. ( Wussing out ) - I can't get IP Masquerade to work! What options do I have for Windows Platforms?

Looking to give up a free, reliable, high performance solution that works on minimal hardware and pay a fortune for something that needs more hardware, is lower performance and did I say less reliable? (IMHO. And yes, I have real life experience with these ;-)

Okay, it's your call. If you want a Windows NAT and/or proxy solution, here is a decent listing. I don't prefer any one of these tools over another, especially since I haven't used them before.

Lastly, do a web search on "MS Proxy Server", "Wingate", "WinProxy", or goto www.download.com. And definitely DON'T tell anyone that we sent you.

    
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