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2000 server networking

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Ok all,
I have a 2000server machine in the centre of my home network. All the machines are running on wireless 11 mb/s cards apart from the server which has a linksys broadband router hub. The other 3 machines have xp pro on. I am looking for some basics as to how i can set up ics and file sharing on the 2000 server machine.

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Dan
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thats pretty basic stuff, has anyone any info on tips for 2000 server?
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Hmm, still not workin, dont know what to do.
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You have the linksys router configured so it has internet connection going through it...if not that's where you need to begin, get the router with internet connection and one computer able to go online through it.  if your ISP connection is using the mac address of a computer's NIC card then you need to configure that linksys router with that PC to use that machines MAC (and get IP from ISP) I'm sure theres documentation for your specific router to help if your stuck at this part.

When the linksys router is supplying internet connection to pcs connected directly to it, your then ready to contintue setting up router-to-router Internet connection.  Uplink your wireless router to the linksys, and through settings of getting IP from dhcp or whatever requirements your network requires to configure, the wireless router will pass internet connection to each PC.  The wireless end pc's need to be configured to connect to the internet directly through your local lan.  
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scorpi073, that all sounds good but i think i would have a problem implementing all that and do something wrong. Is there any chance you will remote desktop share with me to show me how it is done?
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