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Discussion in 'Networking & Security' started by Morgoth, Jan 31, 2010.

  1. Morgoth

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    oke for some reason my router broke, and didt get anny connect
    now i only can connect 1 computer to internet
    my mainboard got 2 Internet ports
    1 is connected to a modum
    second one to my laptop
    but how can i connect my laptop to internet? how do i grand connection to the net??
    it says unknown network
     
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    you must share the connection that has internet.
     
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    Try ICS.

    Or get or borrow another router?:)
     
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    thx viper buts its confusing with my dutch win7..
     
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    ok i got this bridge thing working, but now i cant find a way to connect my laptop, but my pc granded accses
     
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    do you have to set proxy settings in internet explorer? I used a router not ICS so im not sure
     

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