|Nov 8, 2003, 09:52 PM||#4|
You can find some older routers that are dial-up capable, but let's pursue your options with your current set up.
Under System Preferences>Sharing>Internet, you can route network traffic from your modem coming in to go out your ethernet port. The trick then becomes splitting that out for your PCs - you'll probably want a switch.
|Nov 9, 2003, 07:35 AM||#5|
well currently i am set up like this
pc connected to the internet > ethernet hub> 2 macs and another pc
what i want is to be directly connected on the mac and the other computers access the internet through it. i tried just turning internet sharing on but just that didn't work.
|Nov 9, 2003, 12:47 PM||#6|
OK, here's how I'm envisioning your setup to work w/ sharing through the Mac:
dial up -> Mac -> ethernet hub -> 2 PCs and other Mac
In 10.3 you set up sharing as follows:
Select to "Share your connection from:" the Internal Modem, and then select Built-in Ethernet under "To computers using", then click Start.
It might be slightly different under 10.2.
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