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    cytech
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    Thumbs down Church LAN ADSL HIGH SPEED 6MPS L@@K

    I GOT ADSL here in norwich ct .
    i got the pro package $199.00
    but i need help please i had this thing working when i had no static ip ..
    but i got one for an extra $50.00
    and i can only connect one machine at a time please help.
    Ok on computer #1 the Network proerties are this
    Client For Microsoft Networks
    Intel 82558 Intergrated Ethernet With Wake On Lan
    Network Telesystems P.P.P.o.E Adapter
    NetBEUI->Intel 82558 Intergrated Ethernet With Wake On Lan (printer file shareing)
    TCP/IP->Intel 82558 Intergrated Ethernet With Wake On Lan
    TCP/IP->Network Telesystems P.P.P.o.E Adapter
    File And Printer Sharing For Microsift Networks
    2 PRINTER SHARES AND A HD SHARE
    Ok on computer #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 the Network proerties are this

    Client For Microsoft Networks
    Intel 82558 Intergrated Ethernet With Wake On Lan
    Network Telesystems P.P.P.o.E Adapter
    NetBEUI->Intel 82558 Intergrated Ethernet With Wake On Lan (printer file shareing)
    TCP/IP->Intel 82558 Intergrated Ethernet With Wake On Lan
    TCP/IP->Network Telesystems P.P.P.o.E Adapter
    File And Printer Sharing For Microsift Networks
    HD SHARES

    I HAVE all COMPUters GOING TO THE 8 PORT HUB
    AND A SPEEDSTREAM 5600 ADSL ROUTER/BRIDGE SET AS A BRIDGE
    ALSO GOING TO THE HUB.

    IM USING WIN98 SE ON ALL MACHINES

    I am using The NTS SOFTWARE ON all 6 COMPUTERS (MUCH EASIER TRUST ME)
    and i was given a ip each time i logged in WITH EACH MACHINE using its NTS EnterNet 300 Dailer App.


    Ok now the Hard part is this man i was given a IP# From my telco company today ......
    now i only can log one machine ONLY Please Please for the love of computers can you figure this out ?


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    Addikt
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    Either setup a proxy server, or put yourself together a Linux box and use ip masquerading.

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    EclipsE
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    or just save yourself the trouble and go back to dynamic IP's... it is alot easier, and having an IP that changes has it's advantages... if you have a static IP and someone who doesn't quite like you gets your IP, they will always know where to find you

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    goto:
    http://www.midcore.com

    and take a look at their midpoint software, it appears to be just what you need.

    Of special interest, should be the news sections: http://www.midcore.com/innews/inprint.htm

    read the review from September 3, from Internet.com They also get a ZD Editors Choice award.

    (note, I'm not affiliated with these guys at all, but they seem pretty reputable)

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    [This message has been edited by Bouncer (edited 03-19-2000).]

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