How I connect two different network

November 25, 2007 at 09:49:54
Specs: XP SP2, Celeron/512

Dear,
I have three computers and a BSNL Broadband modem, Computer A and Computer B is connected via the modem. Computer B has another LAN card. Computer B and Computer C is directly connected by cross cable. Now the problem is internet cann't accessed from Computer C. Computer A cann't access Computer C and vice-versa. When two LAN connection of Computer B is enabled, then any of two connection works properly, and another doesn't work. But when any one LAN connection is enabled, then that connection works properly. What will I do now, to connect three computers together and to access internet from each computer..


Regards,
Sushovan Mukherjee
mukherjee.sushovan@gmail.com


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November 25, 2007 at 23:53:32

On computer B you have to install Internet Connection Sharing so that computer C can have Internet access. Alternatively an easier way to accomplish everything I think you need your network to do is to install a router between computers and your modem. That way you can share data a printer and Internet access across the three computers.

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