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Beginners Guides: Internet Connection Sharing

Beginners Guides: Internet Connection Sharing - PCSTATS
Abstract: Internet sharing is essential if you have more than one PC in your house, and getting it to work isn't that hard once you know what steps to follow.
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External Mfg. Website: PCstats.com Apr 26 2004   Mike Dowler  
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Windows 2000/98SE Client Computers

For Windows 2000 computers, right click 'My Network Places' on the desktop, and select 'properties.' Next, select the correct connection (if you have only one network adaptor, by default it will be 'Local area connection'), right click and select 'properties' again.

Highlight 'TCP-IP settings' and select the 'properties' button. Ensure that the 'obtain an IP address automatically' and 'obtain a DNS server automatically' options are selected.

For Windows 98 computers, right click on the 'network neighborhood' icon and select 'properties'. Remove any entries that read 'NetBEUI-> (your network adaptor), highlight the entry 'TCP-IP -> (your network adaptor) and hit the 'properties' button.

Now set the 'obtain an IP address automatically' option.

Select the 'gateways' tab, and remove any entries in the 'installed gateways' box. Select the 'DNS Configuration' tab, and choose the 'Disable DNS' option. Restart computer.

For Windows ME computers go to start/control panel, double click the network icon and go to the 'configuration' tab. Highlight the entry 'TCP-IP -> (your network adaptor) and hit the 'properties' button. Now set the 'obtain an IP address automatically' option and then restart the computer.

Now that your clients are correctly set up, we can proceed with setting up the gateway.

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Contents of Article: PCstats.com
 Pg 1.  Beginners Guides: Internet Connection Sharing
 Pg 2.  Internet Connection Sharing
 Pg 3.  Setting up the client computers in your network
 Pg 4.  — Windows 2000/98SE Client Computers
 Pg 5.  Setting up a cable/DSL home router
 Pg 6.  Configuring Router WAN Options
 Pg 7.  Configuring DHCP for Internet Sharing
 Pg 8.  Windows XP/2000 Internet sharing
 Pg 9.  Setting up ICS on Windows 98SE
 Pg 10.  Setting up ICS - Win98SE con't
 Pg 11.  Internet connection sharing - WinME

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