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ICS Host Installation

Before you install/configure ICS, I suggest that you first install the network on all systems and verify, that you have a working connection:

Internet Connection Sharing
requires the use of the
TCP/IP protocol.

I also installed File-and-Printer
Sharing, shared my disk and
verified, that I could connect
from the other systems of the
network.

In addition, this system is
configured with Dial-Up
Networking and I have verified,
that I have a valid configuration:
that I can connect from this
system to the Internet
In the Control-Panel, start up:
"Add/Remove Programs"
in the window :
"Add/Remove Program Properties",
switch to the tab:
"Windows Setup",
then select under components :
"Internet Tools".

Double-Click this item
(or click on the button "Details")

In the window "Internet Tools",
put the checkmark on
"Internet Connection Sharing",
exit with "OK" and "OK"
Files will be copied from
your Windows 98 Second
Edition
(CD-ROM)
or from the pre-installed files
on your disk
The Wizard starts up
to configure the system
To help you in configuring the
Client systems, the Wizard will
now create a
"Client Configuration Disk"
I suggest to create this disk,
because it will contain some
important information for
configuring TCP/IP on the
Client PC's
Once al files are written to the
floppy disk, you will be prompted
to "remove the disk" and then
to continue.
You are done !
But as usual (when making
a modification to the network
setup), you have to restart
your system

ICS Host Configuration Check

 

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