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Thread: ICS - why has it "broke"

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    ICS - why has it "broke"

    Ok i have two PCs networked
    -one with a 56k modem, running Win2k
    -one client running XPpro

    i set it up for ICS and it all worked fine grins all round

    but now (after a bit of fiddeling) its "broke" - it just doesnt work at all!!!

    - the network is still good - printer sharing File shareing etc etc


    - I've tryed re-seting it it up, but stilll nothink!!!

    - i used the http://www.practicallynetworked.com guide - but im just stuck

    can any one help

    thanks oshta

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    Bring up the TCP/IP config screen for the client and write out what it says....

    Also make sure the server has the IP address of 192.168.0.1.

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    U mean this??


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    is that the settings from the server ? (machiene with direct internet connection) aka HAS THE MODEM

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    that would be the client

    but the host looks the same

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    The host should be configured with the IP 192.168.0.1 subnet mask 255.255.255.0 rather than set to automatic.
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    why

    - it worked before like that!!
    - that one of the way that the practicallynetworked.com guide sayed i could do it!!
    - i tryed it the other way and it was no better



    so why do you say that?

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    When you say "resetting it back up", you do include deleting the isp's connection + removing both network cards from device manager and then starting from scratch?

    Firewall software needs to have been mentioned - even if you state that you arnt using any.

    Its better to set up by hand as its a fraction esier setting up the firewall sometimes and also you dont have to hunt around for each machines ip address all the time

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