Could someone please advise.
I have two PC's. One is linked to ntl broadband.
Would it be possible to link the other PC independently , so that I could
access the internet without networking.
I am having difficulty networking and it would save time in connecting
through the master machine.
Re: broadband question
"ROBERT BROOKS" <email@example.com@ntlworld.com> wrote in
> Could someone please advise.
> I have two PC's. One is linked to ntl broadband.
> Would it be possible to link the other PC independently , so that I
> could access the internet without networking.
> I am having difficulty networking and it would save time in connecting
> through the master machine.
With the NAT router as the gateway device for the LAN and WAN, they would
both be able to access the Internet (WAN) and share resources with each
other on the LAN. There would be no more Master machine as each machine
would work independently because of the router, expect for network
printing as the machine with the printer would need to be on if the other
machine is to print to the shared network printer.
However, you can get a NAT router that has a print server and you connect
the printer to the router and both machines can share the printer that
Linksys, D-link, Netgear and SMC are some of the makers of routers.
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