For what it is worth, you can user a proxy server to accomplish this instead of having to hunt down a nat product. I used ProxyServer+ on Windows98SE. It should work on any Windows version that allows dial-up server access.
Followed the instructions as listed and it worked. Just change the part about answering no to the proxy server and put in the proxy information for your proxy server.
I must have one of the newer modems as mentioned because I had to use a line splitter and hook one end up to a live phone jack to make the connection work.
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