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can anyone give me some pointers as to networking 98 to xp
in order to share a broadband internet connection
i have set two nic cards in the host  which is 98 and a nic card in the other which is xp
is this straight forward or do i need to understand dynamic/static ip addressing?
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Try this site.
http://www.practicallynetworked.com/howto/

Regards
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great help thanks
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My pleasure!
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