http://www.answers.com/topic/router. Note the section: "With the proper software, ordinary PCs can be made into routers ..." and a list of the appropriate software, with links, is provided. Smoothwall, the Linux Router Project being the best known examples but there are many others.bearone2 said:not in this lifetime.
a router is a router, a pc a pc.
That was my second post on this board. My intention was to share information or an experience.bearone2 said:"That is kind of like routing but not true routing."
a router is a router is a router plain and simple.
i don't know anyone not using a router to use one internet connection for multiple computers but you don't mention any internet ties in your ramblings, just the printing from everywhere. whuptido.
is it like kinda pregnant.
your little pretend router is sharing a printer, seeing what's on the other computers, that's all.
your own stament:Eastwood said:That was my second post on this board. My intention was to share information or an experience.
It is true that I rambled and that my printing solution was elementary, but I truly did not expect to be mocked for sharing my thoughts.
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