One for the old-school techs

By mickcc2001 ·
OK, first, try not to laugh. Here's what I'm trying to do and I KNOW it CAN be done, but I'm a hardware guy, not a network guru.

PC1 - Windows 98SE (told you not to laugh)
AMD K6II/500 (told you not to laugh)
NO USB so using PCI NIC 10-base-T to CNet Wireless router.

PC2 - Windows 2000
P4 Cable modem connected to this machine and a Belkin wireless router that has a good connection to another machine (PC3) via USB connected wireless antenna.

I'm trying to get around not having a USB port to add an antenna and I have no budget for more parts, but I know there's a way to get the two wireless routers to allow me internet access via PC2's LAN connection to the Belkin Router. SO, how do I configure the CNet on PC1 so it can access the Belkin on PC2?

I posted this using PC1 (Windows 98SE, K6II/500), so I know it can handle LAN high speed, but I need to move it to another room and therefore, need wireless access.

Thanks a ton in advance and I hope everyone appreciated a good laugh. =}

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