Chapter 22. Connecting Your Network to the Internet

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It’s a Great Time to Connect Your LAN to the Internet

Because you now have your computers tied together with a nifty local area network (LAN), it seems silly that each user should have to use a modem to gain Internet access individually. No worries: You have a host of options for shared Internet connections. You can use a high-speed connection to serve the entire LAN, or you can share a modem connection made from one designated Windows Vista computer. Either way, shared ...

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