Gents, I'm deployed to Iraq again and trying to determine the most cost-effective and speedy way to connect to the internet here. The various options offered on base are generally overpriced and overburdened by high demand. So I took the leap and bought an Anydata USB Modem that connects to Kalimat Telecom's service. It is worlds faster than the competition, and significantly cheaper. Unfortunately, there are no mac drivers. This has me using the program, "Total Connection Manager," provided with the modem on Parallels in Windows XP. It works exactly as advertised, but I can't share this connection with the Mac OS. I am still thrashing around the internet trying to solve this issue. My limited understanding is that if I could only enable internet connection sharing and set up parallels as a host-only network, I could make something happen. But my support from those guys has lapsed so I can't access the necessary KB article. I think I might be sunk regardless because I connect via a program, leaving me without a network connection I can enable internet connection sharing on. Here are some applicable links for anyone else interested in the issue. Question on Parallels Forum A similar question This post references the KB article I can't access Thanks for looking. Any bright ideas?