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Trouble setting up work laptop to use Internet thru home computer

I have a new work laptop. I have tried connecting to my home network. My home network shows my work laptop and my work laptop shows I have connection with my home computer Internet. There is a message saying there is a problem with the Internet connection. It shows it is connected but there is a firewall problem. What do I do?

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Do you have any firewall installed on your computer?
If so, try disabling it. If it doesnt work, keep going.

does your modem have a green light on the "internet" or "activity" status? if not, you have a problem in your modem.

hope it helps.

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