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Sharing a dial-up connection with Vista

OK, I need some help guys.
I have two computers with Vista. One of them is connected to the Internet through a dial-up connection (if it's relevant: the connection is through a cell phone as a modem and it's EVDO. Anyway, I want to share the connection with my other computer.
I have Ethernet Cables and, in case it can be used, a DIR-655 D-LINK Wireless Router.
So, can anyone help me set it up, please? Be thorough with the steps. I already tried everything I could come up with.
Thanks in advanced.
PS: I think this is the proper section, not 100% sure, thank you.

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EVDO = painful?

In reply to: Sharing a dial-up connection with Vista

While I'd get the EVDO ROUTER from www.3gstore.com you may want to try ICS. Sorry that's where I write "exit."
Bob

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well..

In reply to: EVDO = painful?

I have my phone and I only want it temporarily. And EVDO is pretty fast considering back home I've got dial-up.
I tried ICS and connecting the Router and the PC's in my ways... Didn't work for me =(.

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See post 17 of our Networking Forum sticky.

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Have you tried a Home Plug

In reply to: See post 17 of our Networking Forum sticky.

I live in Australia and have been using a NetComm Turbo Home Plug to network a desktop computer (connected to the Internet via cable) and a Notebook in another room. I original tried a wireless network with extenders, bigger antennas etc but could never get an acceptable signal in the other room. The Home Plug is simple. They come in pairs and you connect one plug into a power point near your computer and also connect it to your router with a network cable. You connect the other plug into a powerpoint near the second computer and also connect it to the ethernet jack on the second computer. The signal is carried through the electrical power lines. It cost about $A160 in Australia but is probably cheaper in the US, although Netcom is an Irish company and I couldn't find the Turboplug at any US sites when Googling.

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POWERLINE NETWORKING

In reply to: Have you tried a Home Plug

Sadly this would result in the same issues where we have to upgrade our networking skills to full guru levels. I can offer possible solutions but must never walk into the tarpit of issues that ICS has. You as the guru must overcome those on your own.
Bob

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