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Post 1 made on Wednesday January 30, 2002 at 00:17
Monty Linder
Founding Member
November 2001
I don't know if anyone out there can help but, we have a job in which we have a DirecPC 2 way satellite connected to a computer running Win98se and we are trying to connect a second machine and run internet Connection Sharing (which we have done in past) the problem is the 2nd machine is running XPpro and won't take the disc that Win98se creates. When we go into the XPpro machine and try to set it up there the disc it creates when ran on the Win98se machine turns off the Internet Sharing. Anybody have any ideas?
Post 2 made on Wednesday January 30, 2002 at 06:37
Founding Member
December 2001
46 specialize in direcway internet service
Post 3 made on Wednesday January 30, 2002 at 18:03
Founding Member
July 2001
Don't use the the disc that ICS don't need it. On the 98 machine(or whichever one you're using to share) ICS should have set the 2nd NIC card to have an IP address of (Or. On the second machine you need to go to it's network properties for the network card and give it an IP, something like, (depending on if the first machine is 0.1, or 1.1). For the DNS and Gateway settings, put in the IP address of the first machine, again: 0.1, or 1.1


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