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 Question by chris reese posted 15 Oct 2006
 two comps on one connection
ok i will clairify, i have two computers. my desktop is connected via wireless. my lab top is connected to the deak top via thier ethernet cards with a ethernet cable, and i am trying to make the lab top browse the internet can you help me get it going, sofar i have gotten it to sign onto aim but cant browse the web. can you discribe to me how to get the lab top's internet to work via a bridged connection or something of that manner?
 Answer by Joseph Golan posted 31 Oct 2006
Dear chris,

This will depend on your operating system and you should be able to locate it in your "help" files.

In Windows XP I seached my help section for "share internet" and found under this a number of items for "Internet Connection Sharing" (ICS)

Joseph Golan, RCDD

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