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How to setup Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) in Windows XP - Cable Modem

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Date Posted: April 10, 2002

This is a step by step setup of how you get Windows XP to use Internet Connection sharing when you have a Cable Modem connection with the computer connected to the cable modem via NIC (1) and NIC (2) going to a hub (or a crossover cable to the other computer) and then having the secondary computer plugged into the hub also.

1. First off, left click on the "Start Button" on your taskbar. You will then right click "My Network Places" and select "Properties":

Now, in this window you should see an icon for "Local Area Connection" and "Local Area Connection 2" for both of your NIC's.

2. Next, you will want to right click on the Network Area Connection icon that connects to your cable modem, and once again select "Properties" from the drop down window. That will open up a window that looks like this:

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