Revised by Steve Winograd
The easiest thing to do is to let ICS' DHCP server
assign TCP/IP settings for the client. Go to the network
card's TCP/IP properties and set it to Obtain an IP address
Click the WINS Configuration tab and configure
it to Use DHCP for WINS Resolution.
Click the Gateway tab and remove all gateways.
Click the DNS tab and disable DNS.
Click OK to exit from each screen. After
configuring TCP/IP, reboot your computer. When it
comes back up, it should have received its TCP/IP configuration
from the ICS server computer and be ready to access the shared
The rest of this section is optional. If you
want to check the TCP/IP configuration, use the winipcfg
command. To run it, click Start | Run, type
winipcfg in the box, and click OK.
Select the network card from the drop-down menu.
Adapter names may be different than in the Network control
panel. On my Win98SE computer, PPP Adapter
is the Dial-Up Adapter, and NDIS 5.0 driver is the network
After you select the network card, its TCP/IP configuration
That's all there is to it! Enjoy your shared connection!
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