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1 broadband line, 2 computers sharing . . . ?



 
 
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Old August 25th 03, 10:47 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Peter Montgomery
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Default 1 broadband line, 2 computers sharing . . . ?

One house, one adsl line, two computers which want to share the one
adsl line.
Questions - which ISPs allow this? Which ISPs provide the equpiment to
make this possible?
I know that BT Internet offer a homenetwork which seems very good (2
comps connected thur the phone sockets - no need for wires etc) but BT
internet dont offer stuff like email and newsgroups.
Id be very grateful for any suggestions - especially from ppl who
actually have 2 comps networked to use one ADS and can speak from
experienc
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Old August 25th 03, 11:52 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Kráftéé
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Default 1 broadband line, 2 computers sharing . . . ?

Peter Montgomery wrote:
One house, one adsl line, two computers which want to share the one
adsl line.
Questions - which ISPs allow this? Which ISPs provide the equpiment
to make this possible?
I know that BT Internet offer a homenetwork which seems very good (2
comps connected thur the phone sockets - no need for wires etc) but
BT internet dont offer stuff like email and newsgroups.
Id be very grateful for any suggestions - especially from ppl who
actually have 2 comps networked to use one ADS and can speak from
experienc


Stick to one thread, old man, no need to ask the same question time
after time after time

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