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How do I share a clients net conn. on a LAN w\ Server 2003 DNS?

By curtis.barney ·
I have a client with XP sp2 and an internet connection on a LAN w\ Server 2003 set up w\ DNS and static IP's. How can I share the connection with another client on the network, and still access the network without changing my servers IP?
I am willing to change all the clients IP's if I must and am also willing to add DHCP role as long as it doesn't change my server IP.
Please Help Me!!!

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Can you not get another router/switch..

And then just "adhoc" (piggyback) the router/switch?. This way you can connect/share your computers and transfer files or what every you want.

Please post back if you have any more problems or questions.

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this is my setup.

by curtis.barney In reply to Can you not get another r ...

I have a client mach. with an internet connection (no router) that same machine connects to a hub that is connected to the rest of the LAN. there is a hub my net connection goes to that then goes to the client. Right now I have both clients that I need to access the net from connected to this hub, but in order to switch computers I need to disable the others internet card. I just want to have them both able to connect simultaneously. I think it should work on my network. Shouldn't it?

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