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Lan & netsharing

Discussion in 'Networking' started by amitava, Feb 14, 2007.

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  1. amitava

    amitava Thread Starter

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    Hello! everybody
    recently I have found a littlebit problem.Storry is releted to my setup,Ihava internet brodband connection which I want to share with my brother.So as per of requrement I brot hub(Intex 8 port) & 25 meter cat5 cable through I can share the net.configuretion of my own machine is (p-3,microtek 810e MB,20GB HDD.......) and brothers are( AMD3200+,Asush939A8VM,80GB HDD......). VSNL is my ISP who provide ADSL modem()Smartx 882). www.calcuttatelephones.com is our ISP's official site, whare I have found how to configure my modem for multiuser. as per of instruction when I connect my my modem to my hub the lan indicator of my modem is invisiable, but when I connect it to my machine directly through lan card The lan indicator is available& it works fine.2
    2nd, when I connect the AMD machine to hub the lan indicator of hub show off- on, off -on state nearabout 2 minutes & the local aria connection of that machine shows ( connected-dissconnected-connected-disconnected) state, during that periord. To over come this situation what o do?
     
  2. amitava

    amitava Thread Starter

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    Hello! could u plz! help me
     
  3. Rich-M

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    I would like to help, but suspect English is a bit problematic here...is the hub you refer to a router? I don't understand why a modem would be set for "multiuser" either or what that means.
    Two ways to do this really and one would requite a second ethernet card in machine connected to modem and then cat5 cable to second pc...or router with wire to other pc, or wireless to other pc having wireless adapter to receive wireless router signal.
     
  4. DoubleHelix

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    You can't share the connection with a hub. You need a router.
     
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