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An internet-capable router?

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Venesectrix

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Oct 11, 2003
I've got a computer with onboard LAN (from an Abit NF7-S) and a wireless card, and another regular PCI ethernet card. Is there any way to configure my computers so that the wireless computer recieves a connection (and can use it), and also sends that signal out through the onboard LAN to another computer with the PCI card? Basically I want one (the wireless one) to be a router with internet capabilities. Is this possible? It would be something like this:



Cable Modem----Wireless Router---(wireless connection to wireless ethernet card)---Computer1---(connection out through Comp1's onboard LAN and into Comp2's PCI ethernet card)---Computer2