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Networking Internet at home

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Networking Internet at home

take a look at

www.buzzons.co.uk/tutorials/network/network.htm

it may help you out.
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Networking Internet at home

i have two computers at home that are both networked.

I CAN NOT GET THE INTERNET WORKING ON THE SECOND COMPUTER.

The first compture is working fine, the ip settings are the following,

192.168.0.1
255.255.255.0

Second comp
192.168.0.2
255.255.255.0
192.168.0.1
212.159.6.9

Can you please help i have set up the network internet wizard,
that does not work
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Registered: 30-07-2007

Networking Internet at home

What do you mean by 'they are networked'? How are they physically connected together? Via a router, a hub or have you just connected both with an Ethernet cable.

If you just connected then via cable, you can't use the normal straight through cable. You need to use whats called a crossover cable which has different wiring at each end. ie. it's like trying to connect two 13 amp plugs together, one need to be the oposide (a socket) to the other before they will work.
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Networking Internet at home

I dont follow you are giving 2 ip address for the second pc does it have 2 cards or is there a modem installed?

To get the second pc to see the internet you must give it a default gateway. This would be the ip of the router if you have one or the ip of the pc with a modem in if you are using a modem
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Networking Internet at home

I think tayebba means ...

Second comp
192.168.0.2 -> IP address
255.255.255.0 -> Subnet Mask
192.168.0.1 -> Default Gateway
212.159.6.9 -> DNS