GWilliamson June 30, 2009 at 00:16:54 Specs: Windows XP
I've got a wireless broadband modem (USB connection) and a wireless LAN (built-in 802.11) connection. They both work individually but to browse the Internet I have to disable the wireless LAN, otherwise it tries to connect to the Internet via this connection. How can I tell IE to always use the wireless broadband connection? Both use dynamic IP address assignment. Thx. Graham
Nope did not work. I disabled the LAN NIC but it's just the same. My wireless broadband works when on it is active - as soon as I enable the wireless LAN connection (so I can share the Internet connection) the browser want to talk out that port rather than the wireless broadband connection. Any thoughts? Graham
GWilliamson, sounds to me like you need to be using a router. The router can connect to the internet and the computers can connect to the router using your favorite connection. A router can handle multiple computers. HTH. Ed in Texas.
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