Connecting two computers

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 Question by Abbasi Ibrar posted 12 Jul 2006
 Connecting two computers
Hi...I am not very good at computer applications, so nth goes easy with me. I am trying to connect two computers in my office. I have a router. Could you please let me know the procedure of connecting these two computers. Any setting is required in both computers.
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 Answer by Joseph Golan posted 16 Jul 2006
Dear Abbasi,
If you are asking how to share an Internet connection using a router, first the router must include a hub section (multiple ports). It is then a matter of running a cable (typically category 5) to a port from each PC and enabling a network connection on the PC. If you are looking to share files or peripheral then you must implement a "share" function on the PC that has the device or files.


Sincerely,
Joseph Golan, RCDD

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