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Sharing internet connections on wireless network

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I have set up a wireless network between 2 computers.

Though the other computer isn't connected to the internet through the other. I want to be able to go online through my other computer, how?

The computer currently connected to the internet is a Windows XP
The computer I want to connect to the internet via the other is a Windows ME.

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This is what is known as a "Proxy", and is easily setup.

I recommend something simple like Wingate (Not free) or AnalogX Proxy (IS free!)

Bust out Google and do a search for Proxy software, and remember to read the instructions! Nobody has to see you do it, so don't be like a typical guy and not read em <_<

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Is there a way to just share files on my 2 computers? My 2 computerd are connected to the wireless network and I can't transfer files to each other.

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Regular windows file sharing (network neighbourhood) should do the trick. as long as both machine's are pingable by each other.

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How do I do that?

Also the computer is connected to the network but it just won't communicate with my other computer.

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My computers are connected now. It turns out because the other computer didn't know my router's WEP key it couldn't connect to it.

All is well ;)




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