Web Association Sharing Hugh Taylor Bolster Proficient Stages Support Microsoft Partnership.


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Utilization of fringe gadgets from any PC scanners, printers, tape drives ... One PC set up as the ICS host and which has the association with the Internet ...
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Web Connection Sharing Hugh Taylor Support Professional Platforms Support Microsoft Corporation

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Overview Benefits of home systems administration Topology of Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) How ICS works How to set up and arrange ICS in Microsoft ® Windows ® 98 Second Edition, Windows Millennium Edition, and Windows 2000 Issues to know about Phone line organizing provisos

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Benefits of Home Networking File sharing – enhances accessible hard circle free space Use of fringe gadgets from any PC – scanners, printers, tape drives Collaboration, participation Multiplayer recreations Wired family unit

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Anatomy of a Home LAN Printer Scanner WebCam Hub Internet Universal Plug and Play

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Benefits of ICS Multiple PCs utilize a solitary Internet association Private IP tending to covers IP locations to avert assaults ICS have advances demands from ICS customers to Internet, and advances answers from Internet to ICS customers, just PC unmistakable Cost versus different associations

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General Topology Home system with all PCs associated by Ethernet, telephone line, or remote One PC set up as the ICS host and which has the association with the Internet ICS host shares its Internet association, and appoints private IP locations to customers Remaining PCs set up as ICS customers ICS host courses activity from customers to Internet

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General Topology ICS Client 1 Modem ICS Host Hub Internet ICS Client 2

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How Network Address Translation Works ICS host allocates customers addresses from the Private IP class C address pool ICS host maps IP locations of customers to element port numbers ICS have advances demands from customers to Internet ICS have advances answers from Internet to customer

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How Port Mapping Works Port Map: X = 2958 Y = 3256 Z = 4223 ICS Host 192.168.0. X Example: 10.0.0.1 ICS Client 1 192.168.0. Y Assigned by ISP ICS Client 2 Internet 192.168.0. Z

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How Host Forwarding Works Port Map: X = 2958 Y = 3256 Z = 4223 to Microsoft.com from port 3256 Host advances parcels to port 3256 to 192.168.0. Y which is Client 1 Host advances parcels to port 4223 to 192.168.0. Z which is Client 2 from Microsoft.com to port 3256 to Yahoo.com from port 4223 Internet from Yahoo.com to port 4223 ICS Host

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Installing Windows 98 Second Edition

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Installing Windows 98 Second Edition (2)

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Installing Windows Millennium Edition

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Installing Windows Millennium Edition (2)

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Installing Windows 2000

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Installing Windows 2000 (2)

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Configuring Windows 98 Second Edition

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Configuring Windows 98 Second Edition (2)

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Configuring Windows 98 Second Edition (3)

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Configuring Windows 98 Second Edition (4)

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Configuring Windows Millennium Edition

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Configuring Windows Millennium Edition (2)

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Setup Caveats, Tips, and Issues Ensure that your ISP bolsters ICS Finish the Internet Connection Sharing Wizard, or uninstall ICS to anticipate redesign issues Only one ICS host required Virtual LAN drivers normal with Windows 2000 and PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE) Get the most recent rendition of PPPoE programming for your DSL or link modem association

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Networking Caveats, Tips, and Issues NetBIOS naming traditions for machine and workgroup names Browsing issues Protocol and restricting issues Static IP addresses Did I specify, utilize the wizards when conceivable?

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Networking: VPN and ICS Internet ICS Client center Internet ICS Host If a customer builds up the passage ICS Client

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Networking: VPN and ICS (2) To VPN Server ICS Client center ICS Host Internet If the host sets up the passage ICS Client

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Phone Line Networking Cabling Utilities utilizing the telephone line for meters Extensions versus separate lines for voice

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Other Caveats Multiplayer diversions Secure destinations Customized locales

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Basic Troubleshooting Host just on one PC? Do any PCs have network? PING – to what can and wouldn\'t you be able to PING? In the event that a customer can\'t associate with a server, can the host interface with that server? To determine numerous issues either reconfigure the host, or uninstall and reinstall ICS on the host

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