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networking on aol cable

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Old December 12th 04, 01:33 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
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I have an AOL cable broadband connection, homenetworking is not supported so
I can not use my netgear rp114 broadband router. Which I have used in the
past with no problems. I have tried to reconfigure my home network using ics
and the router as a hub, but have had no joy. Can any one advise if it is
possible, the host pc is running xp spk 2, 2 nic cards, one connected to the
cable modem and the other to the router, have tried both the lan and wan
ports. Client machines I xp and 3 win 2k pro.




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