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Well, the title explains it all.

Scenario:

I have my computer on the right, with a wireless NIC receiving internet, internet is going through it's NIC, into the MOBO and into the CPU, I want to route that internet into my Realtek ethernet NIC, and broadcast it out to my computer on the left with my NIC.

I've tried bridging the connections but I'm not to familiar with it.

Basic synopsis.

I have my internet A broadcasted from router.

My internet A is received from my Wireless NIC and gives my computer A Internet.

My computer A has internet.

My computer B does not have internet, and is within 8 inches of Computer A.

I need to give Computer B my Computer A's internet, so it acts like a switch.


Anyone got any ideas? =\
 

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Re: How to? Route my internet in my computer to another via Ethernet

Does your router have any Ethernet ports? Please provide the model and manufacturer of your equipment.
 

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Re: How to? Route my internet in my computer to another via Ethernet

lol......

you didn't read what i posted.

my PC has internet it is how i am sending this to you.

I have another computer 8 inches or so from it, i wanted to just ICS to it with a ethernet cable, but unfourtanetly I going to CCNA and crimping the wires myself should of realized it needs a crossover cable.

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kinda fixed my own problem.
 
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