ICS, Router, and Wireless Networking

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by Junkyard Monkey, Jun 25, 2007.

  1. Junkyard Monkey

    Junkyard Monkey

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    I am trying to setup a very small network. High speed internet (other than satellite) is not available. IN OTHER WORDS, I would like to share a dial-up connection.

    Problem is, I would like to share the DIAL-UP connection with a hardwired LAN connection, and a WLAN. The computers are all running Windows XP Pro.

    I can force the router to act as a switch for the LAN by manually entering IPs, gateways, and whatnot to point to the ICS 192.168.0.1 on the computer running ICS and a modem. But, this cannot be done with the WLAN since the only connection I have for it is the router.

    I am thinking that if XP could be configured manually for NAT, it might work, but I am uncertain.

    Ideas, please?
     
    Junkyard Monkey, Jun 25, 2007
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