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Sharing NTL Broadband Connection

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Old September 1st 03, 01:25 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
PMJ Virtual Assistants Lincolnshire
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Default Sharing NTL Broadband Connection

Hi Andy
I share my broadband connection only to two pc's, but I use a linksys
cable/dsl router as suggested by NTL - bought it from pcworld. It works
wonderfully and was very easy to set up.

Hope this helps
"phoenix" wrote in message
On Mon, 01 Sep 2003 11:39:10 +0100, Andy wrote:


My daughter is moving into a house for Uni soon which has NTL Broadband

via a single ethernet connection from the back of the box for cable

I want to prepare to share the connection between 4 or 5 computers using

an ethernet hub or possibly a wireless AP. I have reasonable experience

copper networking and some wireless networking but know nothing of what

NTL and
their equipment provide. Can anyone advise me what I will need to

share this
connection or direct me to a site where I can find out?

Cheers - Andy


You will need a router to share this connection with multiple computers as
NTL only provide one public IP address.

Visit the NTL or Routers forums at www.cm-forums.co.uk for some info and
friendly help. :-)




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