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    how to internet sharing win xp

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I'd add one thing: Be sure you NEED to "share" your computer to the Internet before doing it and make sure you have the right firewall protection (Windows Firewall is not my #1 choice). You don't want *just anyone* getting into your machine from who knows where on the Internet.

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Dr. Safe-surf. ;)

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Run the Network Setup Wizard.
Start->My Computer
Click on My Network Places
Click on Setup a home or small office network
That will start the Network Setup Wizard
Click Next and follow the steps.  You will be able to share your internet connection with others.  e.g. use your WLAN with others on a LAN or use your LAN connection with others on a WLAN.
The ICS Internet Connection Sharing turns your computer into a server which will hand out IP addresses to the computers connecting to it.
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