I have a home network consisting of a DSL modem to a Linksys wireless
router. There is one pc wired to the router along with a networked printer.
There is one W2K PC on the wireless side. I would like to add a second NIC
to the wireless PC so I can connect some non-wireless network boxes thru it
to the network and the internet. In XP it is a piece of cake to bridge two
NICs but it doesn't appear to be so easy in W2K. Has anyone bridged two
NICs in W2K? I see that there is an option to allow access thru this machine
but it forces the IP address to 192.168.0.1 and drops the wiereless
connection what's that all about?
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