Internet share with dual LAN cable through server

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DHCP server
DNS server
Internet Sharing
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Hi, I build a PC and running Windows Server 2003 R2. I installed DHCP Server, DNS Server on the PC. The PC have dual gigabit LAN, one is connected with hub, from there I am sharing intranet with my laptops. One is connected with modem, from there I can browse internet. I want to share internet through my server to laptops. Is it possible? If you have some idea, Please let me know. Thank you in advance. Jorge

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Yes you can in windows 2003 server bridge the two network cards and then let the other users who are connected with hub get an IP address from this bridged network. In this way you can share the internet connection.

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