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Can't share internet over lan

Can't open website on other computer however i can ping other computer, also open drive but not internet.

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  • jopay78 Mar 29, 2009

    i have the same hardware like others who post their problem about it. mine was, i have 3 pc running windows xp sp3 connected with des-1008d. in my initial network setup all of it works fine. afterward, only two units are connected and yet they never see each other on the network. what would i do?

    i wanna share printer, optical writer, memory card reader to other system but sharing failed.


  • Nicholas Lussier May 11, 2010

    Can you ping the DNS?

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You must share your internet to other computer using your lan connection in able other PC can open internet wondows.To do this
go to my network click set up home and small office network then follow up wisard set up before you close set up insert your cd windows installer e.g. xp or vista click additional task,click home and small office network again from cd follow wizard then click finish,then insert your cd wondows installer to other computer and repeat procedure on set up home and small network restart your PC everytime you install internet sharing,be sure one PC will assigned as server

Posted on Mar 07, 2009

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    Louis Magpantay Mar 07, 2009

    P.S. Upon Internet sharing is finish configure your Internet in every PC go to my network place click view internet connection open lan connection click properties then, click IP(TCP/IP) click properties

    again,click Use the following IP address (try this IP 192.168.0.1 use this in server) on other PC change the last number make it sequence e.g 2 in 2ndPC,3 in 3rd PC ...etc,After this in 2nd and 3rd PC ....etc click again Obtain IP address from DCHP your Internet ,DNS number is addigned automatically my DCHP.

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