>What hardware of software are you
>using to share the Internet
>connection? You need a
>router, NAT, proxy server, and
>possibly a second network adapter
>in the computer connected to
>the DSL MODEM (for some
>software NATs), or another IP
>address from your provider to
>do it. Larry
I am running Win 98 se on the computer connected to the modem. I have two nics in that computer, one to the LAN the other to the modem. I am running the Windows ICS program which I understand acts as the router and the NAT. The nic connected to the modem uses DHCP and has no ip address assigned, no gateway assigned, and no DNS assigned. I am running TCP/IP and can ping the other LAN computer. I have set the IP address the nic connected to the LAN in this computer to 192.168.0.1.
The Other computer is running Win 95. I have assigned the IP address of this computer 192.168.0.2 and have set the on the NIC protocol to 192.168.0.1.