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Old Aug 30, 2005, 09:23 AM
KoolKid99 KoolKid99 is offline
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Hi, I have a desktop PC and a laptop that i am hoping to network wirelessly. My pc is connected to the net through a USB ADSL Modem. Is it possible to share the connection to the net without a router using a USB wireless adapter, in the desktop PC, and a wireless card in the laptop?
Old Aug 30, 2005, 09:49 AM
gorkypark2 gorkypark2 is offline
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Certainly should work without a hitch, so long as you remember to make sure the PC connected to the modem is switched on when you need to access the web through the laptop (I know, sounds obvious, but you'd be surprised how many times I used to forget!!)
Old Sep 10, 2005, 07:03 PM
michaelcomputer michaelcomputer is offline
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It's called Peer to Peer and yes you can do it just makes sure your password proteced and you have the usual setup - Firewall/AV/Anti Spam

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