I'm new to BorderManager so please bear with me. My goal is to
control
internet access at the NDS user level.

My configuration:
I'm have a NetWare 6 SP3 server with BorderManager 3.7 installed and a

few Windows 2000 workstations.
I have a cable modem to my ISP, a Linksys router configured as
192.168.1.1 which connects to one of two boards in my server,
interface
192.168.1.2 (subnet masks configured as 255.255.255.128 on both. Theother board is configured for local ethernet connectivity. Packet
forwarding is on.

All internet access works fine from the workstation. After installing

BorderManager and later learning that the IP gateway is no longer an
option, I'm completely baffled. All the documentation I see refers to

the IP gateway being in place before I can configure Access Control.

What is the secret to this now that the IP/IP Gateway is no longer
available? Is there a TID I just can't find? I've tried simply
creating rules using NWADMIN, but I can get right through after
denying
everything for everybody.

If what I'm trying to do is possiible, I don't think I'm too far off.
I
just need to be pointed in the right (documetation?) direction.

I appreciate all the help I can get. I've been given 2 days to get
this
up and tested.

Thanks,

- Evan