You might find such things as a GAMING BRIDGE but your idea of "BRIDGE" with the PC has never worked. Maybe some will get ICS to work but such is trouble and I won't offer any support today.
I have a wireless network in my home. I am able to access this network using all of my computers with wireless cards. Unfortunately, I have a Playstation 2 that I would like to connect to this network in order to play online games. Since the PS2 is not in close proximity to my router, I am trying to bridge the connection from a computer near the PS2. Here is the proposed work flow: Modem> Wireless Router> PC > Wired Router> PS2.
I've tried using ICS, but from what I understand, anyone using the shared connection must be a "user" on the network. I dont believe there is anyway to set up the Playstation as a "user".
So, I also tried bridging the connections. Unsurprisingly, this did not work. Please Help.
I am running Windows XP Home.
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