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I tried 3 of my laptops,... I cannot port forward to the 2nd router. idk how this is the ONLY person that knows his stuff....... And the other place where it says "settings" may need some attention. his comment is here

Click OK.4) Back on Network Connections window, right click on the internet connection icon, and select Properties. Check the ICS Control panel and make sure that the "Connect to the Internet Using" selection is set to "AOL Adapter" and not "AOL Dial-up Adapter". 01/06/00 SOHOinter.net also has some saya baca di internet itu cara cepat mensharing koneksi. Microsoft posted this solution as of July 1. 6/18/99 A helpful reader clued me into a substitute RoadRunner login program from NOPcode.com that may help if you are a RR user, see this here

First I learned that trying to set up a network with three different versions of Windows isn't in the cards. There may be many grammar and spelling mistakes. Microsoft has set up an Internet Connection Sharing Page that may help you get up and running or solve a particular problem. 4/24/00 If you have PacBell DSL service and can't

NOTE that this fix is NOT for dialup modem users. 6/13/99 If you're having a tough time getting ICS to drop a dialup connection initiated by an ICS client, check this I am the original writer of this post. Windows 8.1 - Internet Connection Sharing - USB 3G Modem in Network & Sharing Hi Folks, After too many hours of reading and trying various things. Go to Advance tab , click on 1st option in ICS (  Internet Connection Sharing). 7.

Is the macine with the USB modem a desktop or laptop? However with the USB modem, how does it broadcast the network to the other machines, assumming the others are using wireless. Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles-tutorials/windows-vista/5-Tips-Troubleshoot-Windows-Vista-Networking-Issues.html Last night when I was stumbling around on my desktop trying to figure out what was wrong, I found some kind of port forwarding settings in ICS (right click on shared

Check this MS article (Q234773). This tool will go through and check your network connection to identify problems. The steps I have taken so far: In NETWORK/PROPERTIES/SHARING I checked the box to SHARE THIS INTERNET CONNECTION Then, I opened up the Command Prompt as ADMINISTRATOR and typed netsh wlan First, disable the satic IP and ICS (if you have set previously).

Easier said... A normal person will never remember all. Thanks for any help you may have. Computer Type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number Del Latitude E6410 OS Win8 Quote 15 Apr 2013 #7 tariqp007 View Profile View Forum Posts Junior Member Posts : 5 8 Try run->services.msc->routing and

Well, browsing the internet from the laptop works fine, but nothing else does. this content It only has 839 MB. As far as I know you can only set up a hosted wireless network from a "Wireless" connection not a Wired one. This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.

You can try the tricks on this page, but in general, ICS won't work with PPPoE. Forum Today's Posts FAQ Community Albums Tutorials What's New? ROUTER: Get yourself a cheap router and pt it next to your desktop or away from any 2.4 ghz. weblink Contact Us Windows 7 Support Privacy and cookies Legal Top Windows 7 Forums - Windows Vista Forums - Windows 10 Forums The Windows 8 Forums is an independent web site

I already disabled the Windows Firewall on both computers, but that had no effect. At this point, you can view its status. No problem remembering to turn UAC on again after setting up the bridged network, because Vista reminds you thru the Security Center.   Happy networking!

I went to the ICS -> advanced settings -> services page and forwarded the port for remote access to 192.168.1.1.

But they all failed.   To my surprise, the solution is extremely simple. I doubted that would help but I tried enabling them as well and it didn't make it work either. Click on HELP & SUPPORT, type in UAC, and the first item is how to turn it on and off! I spent 4 hours trying all this stupid stuff on google and xbox.com....

SO SORRY FOR MY BAD ENGLISH. Click OK.The end result should be like this:It's done. I try to share my Internet Connection with my other computer running on Windows XP SP3,as the client, wirelessly but it didnt work at all. check over here Yes it was set to private.

Is that the case? Sometimes the Internet Connection Sharing option does not even show up. mIRC on the SERVER acts as the Ident server for the CLIENTS. After i changed it for "Automatic" and pressed start, Internet started working.

If you have a Mac, you can also Share Your Mac's Internet Connection via Wi-Fi. I set the router's local IP to an address in same subnet as shared connection on host machine (192.168.137.1). The forward should make it so that if I put in the host computer's IP(192.168.1.6:6380, computername:6380, localhost:6380, 127.0.0.1:6380 etc.) it should forward the connection to the router(192.168.1.1:6380). I did this steps: set the ICS (Internet Connection Sharing) on the Windows Vista machine andset the Windows XP machine to connect to the net through the Windows Vista machine.Everything was

Saturday, November 15, 2008 9:37 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote thanks mate worked like a charm :-) Saturday, December 06, 2008 6:58 PM Reply | Quote 0 If you look at the OSI Model, you will see that it is a layered model that represents all the different parts which make up a network. Does Windows see my NIC and see it as connected? Then distribute the internet to all your wireless communication devices....

Find C:\windows\inf\ics.inf, right-click, and select "install". Internet Connection Sharing is not working in Network & Sharing Hi, Hosted network is started and my phone is connected; but i cant access internet by Wifi ICS in Windows 8.1 Wait a minute and both Windows Vista and Windows XP machines should be able to connect to the net. Sunday, December 28, 2008 6:10 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I am posting a very simple way to connect XP and Vista  through ICS..

Whereas I couldn't print in 7 I could in 8. My network is now bridged, and I am running from a broadband connection via modem to one network card, and the other one links the rest of the network thru the TerryNet, Mar 7, 2009 #2 JohnWill Retired Moderator Joined: Oct 19, 2002 Messages: 106,414 TerryNet said: ↑ I don't know if this is your issue, but as far as I know I have an USB modem through Verizon that I use to connect to the internet as there is no better way to connect where I live.

In the case of Vista Network troubleshooting, my #1 tip is to use the “bottom up approach” to network troubleshooting to attempt to solve your network issue prior to going into