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ADSL + LAN crossover via proxies or windows (USB modem)

by cut_me_deep / September 13, 2004 9:58 PM PDT

i have a 100mbs LAN crossover network on the 192.168.0.0 IP on windows XP Pro but i want to share the internet but no such luck im on BTYahoo Broadband (ADSL) and i want to introduce the PC upstais to WWW both systems a running XP Pro SP2 and both have the same network cards in (cheap

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Re: ADSL + LAN crossover via proxies or windows (USB modem)
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / September 13, 2004 10:09 PM PDT

It sounds like you need to read and use what you learn about ICS from http://www.wown.com

I can't help you because you may have a firewall installed and that is beyond what support I offer. Many can't control their firewall and as such I withdraw any firewall support. Besides Zonelabs deserves that priviledge.

In short, set up ICS and control that firewall.

As to cheap routers, the cheapest was 10 dollar belkin unit on sale. My Wifi-G Dlink router was 25 bucks from compgeeks (plus some shipping) so deals are out there.

Bob

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Firewall
by cut_me_deep / September 14, 2004 9:16 AM PDT

heres the thing...

iv tryed that i reformated my C:\ and D:\ to clean the system, i setup my LAN before anything went on (after windows XP of course) then installed my Acatel Speed Touch USB ADSL modem and updated it. went online with upstairs (after i logged on BT) but no such luck still whats wrong with my system Sad

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(NT) (NT) And not a word about setting up ICS...
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / September 14, 2004 10:14 AM PDT
In reply to: Firewall
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Re: ADSL + LAN crossover via proxies or windows (USB modem)
by johncros / September 14, 2004 1:30 AM PDT

Try setting up your main machine as a DHCP server (take out the assigned IP address, do the same with all the machines on your network.
Is your modem a USB device or a Ethernet model, you may require to install a network bridge if the modem is on ethernet.

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Re: ADSL + LAN crossover via proxies or windows (USB modem)
by cut_me_deep / September 14, 2004 9:10 AM PDT

DHCP... wow lol im still new i think to this the modem is a device i think its on the "safly remove" bit so im guessing it is, but it does have networking support...

also about the routers, i need an ADSL router with 4 ports as we may be geting 2nd hand PC's, but i need more cables then Sad and the routers aint cheap from what iv seen (Ebuyer) and ebay

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