Question about NetGear WGR614 Wireless Router
I need help how to do this
Do an ICS (Internet Connection Sharing) between your PCs. With Windows, its under the Network Connections Icon on the Control Panel. It'll show your different ports, to different devices (ie. cables to other PCs, or internet) Give them IPs by right clicking their icon, select properties, then find TCP/IP and select properties again and making your own IP numbers. Then find your internet connection one, right click, select properties, then a VZaccess screen will appear, select advanced and the properties screen like the others will appear. Then click advanced and select the ICS option and which connections you want to share.
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