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Need to network a wireless pc with a cable pc via router

The hard ware as follows.

1. Pc with wireless adapter
2. PC with onboard NIC cable
3. 4PortADSL Router.

what i want is a network environment for the 2 pcs to connect. the cable pc has a HSDPA Broadband internet connection. i want to share that with the wire less connection. i am no wiz at netowork. please give some guide lines.

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  • chinthaka Jayasinghe
    chinthaka Jayasinghe Jan 27, 2009

    see, thats not the issue. i have a USB HSDPA MODEM. so i cannot hook that to the router

  • chinthaka Jayasinghe
    chinthaka Jayasinghe Feb 02, 2009

    awsome. thanks works like a charm

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Man u have a router!!!!!!!!!

no need to share the connection
just configure ur router,
put ur broadband connection log-in information in the router
so the router will act as a gateway
and the router will start the dhcp server, so both of ur pc's will have ip's from the same subnet
when the router connects to the internet
the 2 pc's will do the same,

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

  • ronraz2001 Feb 01, 2009

    first connect ur modem to ur 1st pc then connect a cable between the same pc and the router then connects the 2nd pc with router
    note : don't connects ur modem with router in (internet or wan) port
    lets say that ur modem ip/subnet is 192,168.0.1/255.255.255.0
    so ur pc that connects directly to ur modem will take ip like=192.168.0.30,
    go 2 ur 4 ports router and make sure that the router ip address is from the same subnet ex. ip=192.168.0.2/255.255.255.0
    and configure the router dhcp to use the following
    start ip address = 192.168.0.100
    end ip address = 192.168.0.200
    default gateway = 192.168.0.30 ( ur pc )
    dns = 192.168.0.30
    so the second pc will take from the same subnet,
    in this case if pc1 goes online the second will go
    but if the 1st offline the 2nd will be offline
    hope this was usefull



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