Re: Wireless and dial up connection
May be this can Help, http://www.ezlan.net/DialUp.html
"Grayshadow" <Grayshadow@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>I can only get 56.6k dial up internet connection where I live way out in
> country (other than satillite which doesn't really suit my needs) so I
> have a
> small net work at home just to share printers and files etc. Network is
> desktops each with their own dialup internet connection and a laptop. At
> present I use hardwired network between the three and internet connection
> sharing to allow the laptop to connect to the internet when the laptop is
> home but would like to be able to connect the laptop wirelessly so I can
> it anywhere in the house and outside.
> My question is what is the best way to do this? I have available a Netgear
> Rangemax Wireless Router (WPN824) that I could use or I could buy a PCI
> Wireless network card or USB Wireless network adapter and use an AD HOC
> network setup.
> I have been told by various people (including the phone tech support at
> NetGear) that the router will not work with internet connection sharing.
> have tried to set it up myself but I don't know much about networkd and
> not get it working. I kept getting IP conflict errors. Other knowledgeable
> people have told me that they have done it and that it will work. I have
> been able to find out much about AD HOC wireless networks so I am not sure
> it will do what I want it to. Any information would be helpfull
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