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Question by m.maas
Submitted on 10/8/2003
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I have two computers seven feet apart. One of them is on broadband which I want to bring to the other. how do I do it?


Answer by m black
Submitted on 12/1/2003
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buy a HUB and a set of cat. 3 cable and join the pc en broadband modem to the HUB. That way both pcs can share 1 internet connection. Furthermore U have a pc-Network installed!

 

Answer by dumbass
Submitted on 4/13/2004
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dumbass says, go to bestbuy, buy a small router/firewall, buy a couple of cat5 cables long enough to reach both pcs from the router and plug them both in.  if you're running xp everything will be autoconfig'd..

 

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