I have 4 computers (and one printer) hooked up in a peer to peer network via hub.
Computer A is Win98SE and has two NIC: one to the hub and another to a cable modem.
Computer B is Win2000 and also has the same setup as above (yes - a second cable modem)
Computer C is Win98SE and has one NIC.
Computer D is Win98SE and has one NIC.
(Both Computer C and D are laptops)
All are hooked up to the hub and all recognize each other and can browse and share files, print, etc.
All have static IP and subnets (220.127.116.11 through 18.104.22.168 and subnet is 255.255.255.0)
Computer A & B's second NICs which are hooked up to their respective cable modems are set to DHCP and obtain IP address automatically as per the cable company's setup.
I would like Computer C and D to share the cable modem with either computer A or B (preferably A at the moment). I have followed your instructions in the Guides and FAQS, and setup ICS on Computer A.
Computer A has the following in the Network panel:
Client for MS Networks
3Com Fast EthernetXL 10/100 (NIC for cable modem)
AOL DialUp Adapter
NetGear FA310TX (NIC to hub)
ICS (protocol) for each of the above
NetBEUI - 3Com Fast Etherlink
NetBEUI - Dial Up Adapter
NetBEUI - ICS
NetBEUI - Netgear FA310TX
TCP/IP - 3Com Fast Etherlink
TCP/IP - AOL Adapter
TCP/IP - AOL Dial Up Adapter
TCP/IP - Dial Up Adapter
TCO/IP - Netgear FA310
File and printer sharing for MS Network
on the Computer C and D the following ar einstalled:
Client for MS Network
3Com Etherlink III
Infrared PnP Serial
Fast Infrared Protocol
TCP/IP 3Com Etherlink
File and Printer Sharing for MS Netowrk
Hope this helps.