Favor guys!!!!!!

Hi guys,
I have an ADSL cable coming from my neigbour, and i have 2 PC's in my house and wanna connect both PC's to the internet using this single ADSL cable
what should i have to connect these PC's to surf the internet at the same time? and how?
Note: i don't want to use a hub, router or switch.

looking forward to hear answers from you!!
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sunray_2003Commented:
Hi Faraway,

Well I am not sure why you donot want to use a router or switch or hub.
Is it because , you want to save money or you plan to technically challenged without them.

Anyway, you can make use of Internet connection sharing
http://www.practicallynetworked.com/sharing/xp_ics/


SR..
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TRobertsonCommented:
Go ahead and ease your pains, go with a $20+ router/hub.
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Fatal_ExceptionSystems EngineerCommented:
First thing first...  Does your neighbor live in a separate building from you (or house)?  Where is the DSL modem located?  

Here is the problem if you are thinking of running CAT5 copper between 2 buildings....  As Sun can tell you (my friend the Electrical Engineer) there is a potential electrical difference when connecting copper between 2 buildings...  Am sure he can explain this better than I can, but basically electricity finds the best ground.  If there is a potential difference between the two, you could very well find your network fried by connecting these up....

And, there is no doubt you need a router.. both for security and ease of use...  they are cheap, so do yourself a favor and go get one..

FE
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campbelcCommented:
Buy a cheap linksys broadband router for $20 - $30 and implement it in literally 5 minutes or less. Or is it that your neighbor doesn't know that you are hooking into his ADSL line?
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EricIT ManagerCommented:
If your trying to connect to your neighbors network (which may or may not be considered acceptable by his provider) Get a wireless router and avoid the entire potential difference FE speaks of.

ICS is a headach and if your time is worth anything I strongly recommend a hardware solution as everyone above mentioned... YOu can get a combo unit to do the wireless also or get seperate units.
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stevenlewisCommented:
Assuming your neighbor is using the adsl line also
then
>>Note: i don't want to use a hub, router or switch
not to be rude, but that's a lot like
"I want to get email, but don't want to get a computer"
these devices are made specifically for this purpose, Best bet is go wireless (if the distance is not to great)
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stevenlewisCommented:
that is assumning you have your neighbor's permission to tap into their line :-)
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FarawayAuthor Commented:
thank you all
actually, i have the switch but i want to try it in the way i explained,
thank you
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Fatal_ExceptionSystems EngineerCommented:
Split the points up...  All good answers here.
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