The most important thing (which everyone seem to be confused by!) is
that you enable the "share this connection" option on the connection
want to share (your dialup connection) NOT the connection you want to
be sharing it with (Local network)
Double check that you understand what I am trying to explain here. You
want to have "share this connection" ticked on the DIALUP connection
only. You do NOT want to have it ticked on the Local network.
On 27 July 2010 17:02, Daniel Lawson <daniel(a)meta.net.nz> wrote:
I formatted and reinstalled Linux this morning, so as to remove the
possibility I have accidently changed a file. Here is the result of changing
my route table:
route -F add default gw 169.254.214.162
This is an autoconf IP address. It's assigned when windows doesn't have any
other configuration for that network and can't find a DHCP server.
You still don't have ICS enabled properly if a 169.254.* address is coming
up. Given that your network card isn't
Have you followed the appropriate MS KB article for configuring ICS?
I don't recall if you're using XP or a later version of windows, but here's
aome XP links:
And here's another article:
They all document the same process, but you may find one more useful than
the other. The last one, for example, includes some troubleshooting tips.
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