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Internet sharing have d-link adsl2+ router and can still only have 1 internet connection on at a time. What to do get it to share? We have couple of bedridden people here that all want to use the internet at the same time but the d-link wireless adsl2+ router only will let on one at the time.

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  • verheul Mar 02, 2009

    Hi At the retirement village we dont have that much technical knowlege but we have a network and we can talk between laptops, just not get onto the net when someone else is on ;)

    Thanks so much for the response, I am also investigating along the lines you suggeted.

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One question did you have any network hub to connect multiple lan?

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