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Old Oct 13, 2003, 07:00 PM
kaine kaine is offline
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Default Using broadband on 2 computers?

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I have just got broadband and want both of my computers to be able to access the isp at the same time.

I currently have the USB ASDL modem and a micro filter.

What additional hardware do I need to be able to connect both computers to the modem by usb. Or is there a better way.

Any help and advice would be appreciated.

Old Oct 14, 2003, 02:27 AM
TierraDelFuego TierraDelFuego is offline
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Hi there,

There are various options available to you, ranging from the cheapest using crosoover cables between the PC's and ICS as the software gateway to enable both PC's to access the internet, and ranging to a wireless router or access point.

Have a look at the link from the Beginners Guides at the top of this section to get more info.



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