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Hello everybody. I have a dual boot box running win2k and slackware using a wireless pci. This box is connected to another wich is using win2k and dlink 10/100 nic ...
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    Need to share internet connection


    Hello everybody.
    I have a dual boot box running win2k and slackware using a wireless pci.
    This box is connected to another wich is using win2k and dlink 10/100 nic through a 5port switch (they are not networked yet).
    I need to be able to share my internet connection using slackware wireless with my second box using win2k.
    Is there any easy way I can make this work?
    Any help is appreciated.
    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trialex
    Hello everybody.
    I have a dual boot box running win2k and slackware using a wireless pci.
    This box is connected to another wich is using win2k and dlink 10/100 nic through a 5port switch (they are not networked yet).
    I need to be able to share my internet connection using slackware wireless with my second box using win2k.
    Is there any easy way I can make this work?
    Any help is appreciated.
    Thank you.
    Wireless router would be the simplest and the cheapest. For those that say a wireless access point would be simpler and would use the equipment he has, but the cost of access points are just as much as wireless routers.

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