Connecting my server to the internet

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DHCP
DHCP server
Internet service providers
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Windows Server 2003
I have server 2003 and I want to add clients to it to access the internet. The problem seems to be that my isp is a dhcp and won't allow me to run a dhcp server what happens is that none of my machines can access the internet is there anyway for my systems to access the internet and my network? thanks..

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  • Chippy088
    Your ISP should not be affected by your internal dhcp. more likely it is something to do with the nap/pat settings. This is a complex subject more info is needed. What role(s) has the server been set up to do? Maybe they are conflicting.
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