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Internet Connection Sharing (ICS)
Internet Connect Sharing Setup
Internet Connection Sharing (ICS)

With the Internet connection sharing (ICS) feature of Windows 98 SE, Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000 , you can connect your home network or small office network to the Internet. For example, you might have a home network that connects to the Internet by using a dial-up connection. By enabling Internet Connection Sharing on the computer that uses the dial-up connection, you are providing network address translation, addressing, and name resolution services for all computers on your home network.

Before you can setting Internet Connection Sharing on Windows 98 SE or Windows 2000, you must enable the Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) feature on your windows which you would like to use it as the Server before you can do further steps.

 

Windows 98
Windows 2000

 

 

Windows 98 SE Enable Internet Connection Sharing
Windows 2000 Enable Internet Connection Sharing
  1. Click Start -> Setting -> Control Panel
  2. Double click on Add/Remove Program icon
  3. Click on Windows Setup tab
  4. Double Click on Internet Tools
  5. Make a check at Internet Connection
    Sharing
  6. Click OK from all screens

Note: It may ask for Windows 98 SE CD-ROM.

 

  1. Click Start -> Settings -> Control Panel
  2. Double click on Network and Dial-up Connections icon
  3. Press right-mouse button on the connection which you use to connect to the Internet, in this example the connection name is Connection to 6855000
  4. Click on Sharing tab and select Enable Internet Connection Sharing for this Connection
  5. Click OK from all screens

Two methods of Internet Connection Sharing

There are two methods of Internet Connection Sharing which are:

  1. Static Addressing: All of client computer must be assigned with a permanent (static) IP address by network administrator.
  2. Dynamic Addressing: The client computer requests an ip address from a special server and leases that address for a period of time. This greatly reduced time spent on administration. The protocol that allows this is called Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). The server or servers that administers the IP address is called the DHCP server and the workstation that requests the address is called the client.

 

Instruction to setup Internet Connection Sharing with Static Addressing


 

  1. On the server computer must enable Internet Connection Sharing feature.
  2. Both of clients and server must have LAN card.
  3. On the server, TCP/IP of LAN card should set as below:
    • IP Address: 192.168.0.1 (it can be other range e.g.10.0.0.1, etc).
    • Gateway: <Blank>
    • DNS Server: 203.146.237.237 and 203.146.237.222
  4. On the client, TCP/IP of LAN card should set as below:
    • IP Address: 192.168.0.2 for the first client and 192.168.0.3 for secord client and so on.
    • Gateway: 192.168.0.1 (Put the Server IP Address as Gateway)
    • DNS Server: 203.146.237.237 and 203.146.237.222
    • WINS: <Disable WINS resolution>
  5. You can test your setting by pinging your to any IP Address in your LAN, if you get replying message which is not "Request Timed Out", it means that your LAN setting is success.
  6. The next thing you must connect to the ISP with the server computer, after the connection is established, all of client will be able to use all of Internet applications

 

Instruction to setup Internet Connection Sharing with Dynamic Addressing


 

  1. On the server computer must enable Internet Connection Sharing feature.
  2. Both of clients and server must have LAN card.
  3. On the Server, TCP/IP of LAN card should set as below:
    • IP Address: 192.168.0.1 (it can be other range such as 10.0.0.1, etc).
    • Gateway: <Blank>
    • DNS Server: 203.146.0.30 and 203.146.0.20
  4. On the Client, TCP/IP of LAN card should set as below:
    • IP Address: <Select obtain an IP Address Automactically>
    • Gateway: 192.168.0.1 (Put the Server IP Address as Gateway)
    • DNS Server: 203.146.237.237 and 203.146.237.222
    • WINS: <Select use DHCP>
  5. Before establishing the Intenet connection on the Server, all of client computers must be shut down. When the Internet connection is established, turn on all of client computers. All of client computer will be assigned an IP address from the Server randomly. Then the clients wil be able to use all of Internet applications.

 



     
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