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By finnie ·
I would like to help a local church set up a very small network. The problem is that there is next to no budget. I have 4 older systems (Pentium 166's) and one newer PII. The PII has a modem but none of the other computers have one. We would like toconnect all of them to the Internet through the PII. They will all be cabled together through a 10/100 hub. I thought that it might be possible to give the PII it's own IP address, 10.0.0.1, and tell the other computers that 10.0.0.1 is the gateway to the Internet. Any Suggestions?

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by rawfish In reply to Five Systems, One Modem.. ...

TH ebest free solution I have found is ANALOG X PROXY BY... YOU GUESSED IT ANALOG.
IT is very small and extemely easy to set up, you will need a proxy. Why not use a free fully function proxy. Hey it works for me and has never let me down.Good luck

Roy

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by finnie In reply to Five Systems, One Modem.. ...

Point value changed by question poster.
Appreciate all the good answers. Upped the total by 100. I'll let everyone know what worked by Friday.

Thanks Again.

Shawnathon D. Finnie

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