Go for your life, I think that should work fine. Just enable the option in Authoxy to allow connections from other computers and proceed as normal. Use the IP of the Mac as the proxy address for the other computers.


On 25/07/2007, at 7:29 AM, Pat Sproule wrote:

Heath, re allowing other machines on the network to connect to the internet via the machine running Authoxy - this would be very useful indeed in our situation. I run an isolated network for our post production machines - a mixture of OSX and XP on a W2K domain. I have one machine - an old G4 that has 2 NIC's and runs between the two networks - our uni LAN and the isolated LAN. This feature would allow me to update machines on the isolated LAN via the G4 running as an internet gateway without having to use internet connection sharing..

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