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Created On: 07/14/2005 08:57 AM
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 07/14/2005 08:57 AM
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Oskira
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To start with.
I have to Xp machines that are set up in a network, I can share files and both computers can "see" each other and both computers can play on LAN games perfectly.

However I want to share my Internet connection. I have a USB ADSL modem.
I looked on google and found that Xp has a thing called ICS, which lets you share the connection.

However every time I try to share my Internet connection, this error comes up


Any ideas?
Am I going about sharing my Internet connection the correct way??

Edit. I got the ICS working. I still can't get the connection shared though.
 07/14/2005 06:33 PM
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QUOTE(Oskira @ Jul 14 2005, 05:57 AM)To start with.
I have to Xp machines that are set up in a network, I can share files and both computers can "see" each other and both computers can play on LAN games perfectly.

However I want to share my Internet connection. I have a USB ADSL modem.
I looked on google and found that Xp has a thing called ICS, which lets you share the connection.

However every time I try to share my Internet connection, this error comes up


Any ideas?
Am I going about sharing my Internet connection the correct way??

Edit. I got the ICS working. I still can't get the connection shared though.
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Well theres a few things you have to do. I believe you have to have ICS enabled on machine 2, also, make sure you have the service Windows firewall/ics enabled. Go to security center in the control panel and check out the firewall properties.
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