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How to make Sharing Network Connection in win xp?

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I need help in sharing network connection among two pc while both has lan cards and i just have to setup new connection , sharing in network connections.

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if you want to share the internet connection you can use a proxy server

CC proxy

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if you want to share the internet connection you can use a proxy server

CC proxy

I get lan cable and connected two pcs but see when i start 2 pc at once ( just turning power on) modem dsl ethernet light goes off or start blinking.

Turning one computer shut down does not work if i will unplug one pc then ethernet light will be stable and another one will start browsing.

I also check cabling is perfect and working in case any one pc is off , i also check power supply by using diff switches.

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Do you have a "LAN Router" or a "LAN Network Switch"?

If not then are you trying to connect both computers with a single cable between them (no router between them)?

If so then you need cross-over network cable. Do you have cross-over network cable?

Are you trying this?

Method 1:

[Computer A] <------ Cable 5e --------> [Computer B]
Or this:
Method 2:

[Computer A] <--- Cable 5e ---> [Network Switch] <--- Cable 5e ---> [Computer B]

For "Method 1", you need "cross-over network cable".

For "Method 2", you need "straight network cable" and a "router" or "network switch".

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yar tell me how to set ips of dsl modem if i want to connect more then 1 pc, or point me thread if already post about this problem.

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