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Dial-up Modem LAN



Sharing your dial-up connection:

Note: The following instructions are not the only way to create a network and connect to your ISP, however; I found this way to be the least complex and trouble free. This is a self-learned experience and I’m sharing my information with you, in hopes that your efforts will be minimized. These documents discuss a number of products and vendors. These are not promotional pages for these products. You may want to choose different vendors and/or products.

Steps needed to get everything connected together.

Have Windows 95/98/Me/2000/XP
Connect computers into an Ethernet based Local Area Network (LAN).
Software to allow Internet sharing on all computers in the LAN.

Shopping list:

Network Interface Cards (NIC's):
One NIC for each computer in the LAN
Ethernet Hub:
10Mb, 100Mb, or auto switching 10/100. Note: insure that hub has enough port to support the number of computers which your are connecting in the LAN     
10BaseT Cabling:
One 10BaseT cable for each NIC card connection to hub




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