I need someone who's pretty Windows XP savy for this one. I've posted this question in several places and can't seem to get an answer. I can do this easily on my Mac laptop but can't figure out for the life of me how to make it work in Windows XP. What I want to do is "share" my wired internet connection by using my laptop's wifi as a "broadcaster." On my Mac, it's as simple as going into system settings and turning on "Internet sharing." I looked for every setting I could think of in Network Connections but just couldn't figure anything out. I'm usually pretty good and finding the similarities between Mac and PC but, this one's got me stumped. Anybody? The reason I want to do this is so I can use the laptop as a "wireless" connection for my iPhone. Like I said, I can do it easily on the Mac. My iPhone sees it as just another wireless network. The Mac is on a wired network connected to the Internet and then, through Internet Sharing, is able to broadcast that connection over it's wifi. I don't have my Mac at work, all I have is a PC. It does, however, have built in wifi. If I could just figure out how to make Windows XP do the same thing the Mac does, I'd be golden.