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Technical question on Airprime PC card - Unlimited NationalAccess and Networks

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Peter Pan, Jun 16, 2004.

  1. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Thomas M. Goethe wrote:
    > Can you use Internet Connection Sharing on one computer which
    > should allow the rest to use the connection of the first?


    That is what connection sharing does.

    The downside is that the computer with the physical connection
    always has to be there and running for some other computer to
    use the connection (it doesn't have to be connected until needed
    but 1 particular computer is the designated one all others will
    go through).

    -Quick
     



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  2. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Thomas M. Goethe wrote:
    > Can you use Internet Connection Sharing on one computer which
    > should allow the rest to use the connection of the first?


    That is what connection sharing does.

    The downside is that the computer with the physical connection
    always has to be there and running for some other computer to
    use the connection (it doesn't have to be connected until needed
    but 1 particular computer is the designated one all others will
    go through).

    -Quick
     
  3. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Thomas M. Goethe wrote:
    > Can you use Internet Connection Sharing on one computer which
    > should allow the rest to use the connection of the first?


    That is what connection sharing does.

    The downside is that the computer with the physical connection
    always has to be there and running for some other computer to
    use the connection (it doesn't have to be connected until needed
    but 1 particular computer is the designated one all others will
    go through).

    -Quick
     
  4. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Thomas M. Goethe wrote:
    > Can you use Internet Connection Sharing on one computer which
    > should allow the rest to use the connection of the first?


    That is what connection sharing does.

    The downside is that the computer with the physical connection
    always has to be there and running for some other computer to
    use the connection (it doesn't have to be connected until needed
    but 1 particular computer is the designated one all others will
    go through).

    -Quick
     
  5. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Thomas M. Goethe wrote:
    > Can you use Internet Connection Sharing on one computer which
    > should allow the rest to use the connection of the first?


    That is what connection sharing does.

    The downside is that the computer with the physical connection
    always has to be there and running for some other computer to
    use the connection (it doesn't have to be connected until needed
    but 1 particular computer is the designated one all others will
    go through).

    -Quick
     
  6. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Thomas M. Goethe wrote:
    > Can you use Internet Connection Sharing on one computer which
    > should allow the rest to use the connection of the first?


    That is what connection sharing does.

    The downside is that the computer with the physical connection
    always has to be there and running for some other computer to
    use the connection (it doesn't have to be connected until needed
    but 1 particular computer is the designated one all others will
    go through).

    -Quick
     
  7. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Thomas M. Goethe wrote:
    > Can you use Internet Connection Sharing on one computer which
    > should allow the rest to use the connection of the first?


    That is what connection sharing does.

    The downside is that the computer with the physical connection
    always has to be there and running for some other computer to
    use the connection (it doesn't have to be connected until needed
    but 1 particular computer is the designated one all others will
    go through).

    -Quick
     
  8. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Thomas M. Goethe wrote:
    > Can you use Internet Connection Sharing on one computer which
    > should allow the rest to use the connection of the first?


    That is what connection sharing does.

    The downside is that the computer with the physical connection
    always has to be there and running for some other computer to
    use the connection (it doesn't have to be connected until needed
    but 1 particular computer is the designated one all others will
    go through).

    -Quick
     
  9. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Thomas M. Goethe wrote:
    > Can you use Internet Connection Sharing on one computer which
    > should allow the rest to use the connection of the first?


    That is what connection sharing does.

    The downside is that the computer with the physical connection
    always has to be there and running for some other computer to
    use the connection (it doesn't have to be connected until needed
    but 1 particular computer is the designated one all others will
    go through).

    -Quick
     
  10. Quick

    Quick Guest

    Thomas M. Goethe wrote:
    > Can you use Internet Connection Sharing on one computer which
    > should allow the rest to use the connection of the first?


    That is what connection sharing does.

    The downside is that the computer with the physical connection
    always has to be there and running for some other computer to
    use the connection (it doesn't have to be connected until needed
    but 1 particular computer is the designated one all others will
    go through).

    -Quick
     

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