I think you're confused. the only WinGate I know of is an alternative
to windows' internet connection sharing. It's not a web server.

and what's a T connection?

On Thu, 20 Jun 2002 19:26:37 -0300, César Aracena wrote:
>Hello all,
>I have this client who has a T connection and would like to run a
>PHP /
>MySQL based program in local mode, but also be able to make the data
>available from the web but hosted in a remote server… kinda strange
>think? Me too… The problem is that his server doesn’t run with IIS
>with a little ap called WinGate, which gives him all the approach
>his little network. Have anyone installed the PHP / MySQL under MS
>running WinGate before? Anything to tell me that will help me in the
>Also, I would need the MySQL people to tell me how can I make the
>& remote databases to stay synchronized let’s say with a one hour
>interval top… Is this possible? FYI the remote db is hosted under a
>Cobalt RAQ4i server running Red Hat Linux Apache Web server.
>Thanks in advance.
><mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Cesar Aracena
>Neuquen, Argentina

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