I have two computers running Windows XP for which I want both to have independent access to the internet in case one is turned off. But I also want to be able to share files between them.
I have a 2-Wire Router that came with my SBC DSL package. I want to continue to use it to connect to the phone line.
I then connect the ethernet output of the 2-Wire Router to a Netgear WGR614 v4 Router because of its multiple output and wireless capability. Then I have two Type-6 ethernet cables routed to the two computers.
Here's the problem.
PC2 is able to connect to the internet. PC1 is not able to make the connection. I've checked the TCP/IP settings for both computers and the Netgear configuration as well.
I would like some assistance in setting up these two computers to be able to connect to the internet and share files. Thanks.
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