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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If I get you right you are useing a 3g Internet connection and have a router wich conets the 2 computers together, the problem is that you can't share the internet connection.
Without any information about the operateing systems I can tell you the idea:
First you need to disable DHCP server on the router and use static IP addresses on both PC, the IP address should be something like
Network mask: 255.255.255.0
Default gateway: 192.168.0.2
In this IP configuration above PC1 has the 3g modem connected.
This was the easy part, hard part is to share the internet connection on the network, that's a little different ritual on every operateing system, try to use google to get your specific one.
However there's a much more easier way to solve all your problems if you can't make it work, but it costs money. All you need to buy is a 3G router and that will do the same thing for you what your old router did.
I did a little search for you on Australian Ebay to see what you can get.
But I'm sure you have your own cheapbfavourite source of computer hardware as well.
Hope this will help you sorting out your porblem.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
I can fix it. You need a print server for your printer with usb or parallel cable port on one end and ethernet port on the other end. Connect the print server to router and printer, install necessary software driver it comes with and you would be all set. I have connected 1 usb and 1 parallel printer with router.
I hope it helps. My m/cs are identical to what you have as far as OS goes
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
Does your router support the 5GHZ network?
My router supports dual-band at 2.4 and 5, and has separate SSIDs for each of them.
ie; network_1 = 2.4GHZ, network_2 = 5.0GHZ
So when I want the 5.0, I just connect to network_2
It's quite possible that though your wirelses adapter supports 5.0, that your router doesn't.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
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you need to connect your desktop to the router via RG45 ethernet cable.
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