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Two PC's connecting to one Internet Connection

What do I need to buy in order to connect two computers to one internet PPP account???
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cmcgeeCommented:
I would recommend using Wingate to do this.

Check it out at www.wingate.com

You would need a network card for each machine plus a (RJ45) crossover cable if you dont want to purchase a hub.

Craig
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cyber_banditCommented:
Craig said it correctly.  www.wingate.com
there are many options, but this is probably the most standard way to go.  If you have any questions about setup, feel free to email me, cyber_bandit@hotmail.com
I have been running it for several years now, and am in the process of setting up a 25 computer wingate setup at work.
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cmcgeeCommented:
Your name Cyber Bandit fits your actions.

You have done nothing more than post my comment as the answer.


Craig
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cyber_banditCommented:
True, and offer assistance in set up.  If you have the correct answer I would think you would post as such, vice a comment.
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cyber_banditCommented:
Also, MRL, Reject my answer and let Craig Re-Submit for the points.  I just thought he did not seems sure of his answer, besides it was "free" points :-)

Dang, I love them points!
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mrlAuthor Commented:
Sorry for the delay...I didn't know until today how to award points to a person who commented rather than Answer. I'm giving points to both helpful persons...thank you.
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