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connecting server 2003 to internet

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:tazz: i have a LAN which is working perfectly when i ping the computers on the network. i have another computer which is not on the metwork , it is connected directly to the internet using satelliet. my problem is i cannot connect my server to the internet using satelliet dish.OS is win 2003 sever. this happens even if i use same ip adress as the one connecting directly to the internet.
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I do not understand a) what your asking b) what your network topology is.

Why do you want to connect your server to the Internet? Over satellite, the upload speed would be abyssmal, wouldn't it? I admit I haven't been keeping up with satellite technology, but from the last time I looked the upload speed was unworkable for serving pages/files, etc
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