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Windows 7 and NAT

Postby imishkai » Fri Nov 27, 2009 11:34 am

Hi everybody,

I would like to configure my Windows 7 to serve as a router between 2 networks. Of course I have 2 NICs installed ...
I used to do it on Windows XP by enabling "Routing and Remote Access Service" and using "netsh routing ip nat" commands, but after installing Windows 7 i realized that whole "routing" section is missing from it's netsh.

Can you please share your ideas? What is the best way to acomplish it?

Thanks a lot!
Michael.
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Re: Windows 7 and NAT

Postby chicagotech » Sat Nov 28, 2009 10:05 am

By my understand, routing capability has removed from vista. You may try this trick:

1. Get IPMONTR.DLL IPPROMON.DLL from 2003 or from XP.
2. Copy them to Vista WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
3. Run

netsh add helper ipmontr.dll
netsh add helper ippromon.dll

Now you can try Vista routing and remote access.
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