I don't know how you found this page but, I went up a couple of levels in the directory so I could understand the context of this page. This is just 1 page out of a much larger article. In an earlier page, I believe they mention "sygate" in particular as an example of how it might be done.
Anyway, you need Win98SE, WinMe, or something like sygate or wingate to get routing in Win9x. Recently there have been several freeware proxy servers released for Win9x. Never tried them but you could give them a go.
Are you actually using an NT workstation as a gateway that is used by other clients? Can you create & edit routing tables in NT workstation? (I don't know. I personally never tried because I assumed it couldn't be done.) What about DNS or WINS services to help bridge name lookup? I kind of assumed without all those nice server services making a gateway would be problematic. Also, NT workstation can only connect to 10 clients max.
[This message has been edited by JackLothian (edited 10-16-2000).]
I wasn't going to set this up, I saw the page and was interested. I collect information and that would have been a neat one to know. I already have a router setup with linux based software. (http://www.coyotelinux.com)