Basically what it says in the title - I'm attempting to setup a combined Proxy, DHCP, and Internet Access PC all in one to replace the broken one at the Primary School I work at. \n\nCurrent Setup: Netgear 48 Port Switch connects to 36 Client PC's and 8 Laptops via Cat5 Cable. Netgear is connected to a Win2003-server PC, and a Cable Router where it get's internet access. Each client PC has to have a proxy setup in internet options in order to get internet access.\n\nI'd obviously like them to get their internet access through the Proxy/DHCP server PC, but I really have no g'darn clue how to go about it.\n\nI've researched about WinProxy and using Apache as a Proxy server, and think although Apache maybe a bit more complicated to setup, it's probably the best, and free, option.\n\nSoooo....where do I start?\n\nThe original Proxy PC used two NIC cards (and the new one will too), one was directly connected to one of the Ethernet 10Base-T, Ethernet 100Base-TX, whilst the other was connected to one of the 2x10/100/1000Base-T(uplink) ports. Guessing one of the NIC's was used to assign the DHCP, whilst the other connected directly to the network?