While attempting to follow the instructions on this site on how to establish ICS between 2 PCs, I ran into a huge snag that I need some help with.
I already had a NetBEUI network, so after testing it and sharing files & printers, I removed NetBEUI from both PCs and added a TCP/IP protocol.
That was the clincher, apparently. At this point, establishing ICS is on the back burner, because the host PC (K7-700,Win98SE) can no longer access the internet that *it* has dialed up to.
DUN seems to work fine: the PC dials, negotiates and logs on. And all appears normal, but I just can't get out. Can telnet anywhere, http anywhere -- not even ICQ can login. It's as if I'm not dialed up even though I know I am.
I even tried reinstalling my NetBEUI protocols, but still no dice.
Thankfully I have a modem on this (what will be) client PC so I can post to this board to try to get help.
Any of you wizards out there seen this and have the quick fix for me?