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How can i connect to the internet using my switch??

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Basically Internet connection required a networking connection for multiple number of PCs.There are 5 types of network connection and most simple and common network connection is Local Area Connection.You can use Windows Xp or Vista for your OS, when connection was made set up your lan from your internet server from cd provided by DSLinternet server.You should Have one PC server for your multiple PC as the administrator.If your inernet was configured from your PC server(as administrator) Share your internet using your LAN in each PC using Windows xp follow set up networking clicking additional task and click Home and office networking then follow wisard set up.You Have now internet connection in your multiple PC.

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