Re: Internet connection sharing?
- From: Joe <joe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 08 Mar 2011 15:29:26 +0000
On 08/03/11 10:32, Jari Fredriksson wrote:
On 8.3.2011 11:52, kuLa wrote:Windows ICS is primitive and limited to the 192.168.0. network (with XP at least, I haven't tried it since), but within those limits it does DHCP and DNS for any connected clients. If they're using DHCP, they should pick up all the information necessary. The Windows IP LAN address will be set to 192.168.0.1 when ICS is enabled.On 08/03/11 09:50, Jari Fredriksson wrote:On 8.3.2011 11:36, kuLa wrote:On 08/03/11 09:25, hadi motamedi wrote:Yes. But a modification in Debian is needed also. The Debian's defaultDear All
My debian machine is connected to my MS Windows machine on the net.The
MS Windows machine is connected to Internet via valid IP address
setting and on its secondary ip address setting it can see my debian
machine on the intranet.Can you please let me know how can try for
Internet connection sharing such that my debian machine can see
internet with minor modifications done?
Thank you in advance
I think modifications must be done on Win machine (setting up sharing)
so it has nothing to do with Debian. Of course I assume that you're
using dhcp and have 2nd nic on you Win box.
gateway has to be set to the Windows box's LAN address.
As I wrote before - DHCP!
That is how I handle it, yes. But one must indeed run own DHCP server to
get that luxury.
But of course it can be done the hard way, leaving ICS off and configuring the clients manually. That way you get your choice of IP addressing.
One possibly important point: all Windows versions since 95 can act as routers, but IP forwarding is not enabled by default. If ICS is not used, forwarding must be manually enabled. I believe this registry tweak should apply to all versions:
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