On 12/6/06, Wade Smart <[email protected]> wrote:
> 12062006 1953 GMT-6
> Sorry about that. I'll describe this out.
> My computer is hooked directly to the cable modem and the laptop is
> wireless to the same cable modem.
> If I hook the PS2 directly to the modem in place of my computer and then
> use the laptop as the internet connection for the PS3, that is what I
> was wanting to do.
> I ran into the problem of shared internet connection relies on having
> 192.168.0.1 as the address and the laptop has .0.4. I dont know if what
> I wanted to do was possible but I thought it might be.
> On Thu, 2006-12-07 at 01:28 +0000, Garry Knight wrote:
> > Wade Smart wrote:
> > > My friend has a new PS3 (amazing I know) and we wanted to play it
> > > online. Right now I only have this computer which is wired into my cable
> > > modem and my laptop which is wireless.
> > And your wireless laptop connects to what?
> > > What I wanted to do is, I want to plug the PS3 into my laptop and allow
> > > internet connection sharing to work (my wifes ThinkPad with WindozXP)
> > > and then my old PS2 direct into the cable modem.
> > And the ThinkPad connects to what?
> > > Its the wireless part that Im having trouble with.
> > It's visualizing the whole setup that I'm having trouble with. Could you
> > draw a diagram?
> > It seems to me that as long as you get the two or more wireless bits talking
> > to each other (and Ad-Hoc mode with fixed IPs might be your best route)
> > then all you need is to make sure that each machine on the LAN knows its
> > default gateway. Oh, and the gateway machine needs to be set up for NAT
> > (Network Address Translation), which you do by installing certain firewall
> > rules - on Linux at least; if the WinXP machine is the gateway, then I
> > assume you've already set it up for ICS.
> > --
> > Garry Knight
> > [email protected]
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Hi Wade Smart!
Little time now - regrets.
Google "iptables network address translation"
Basically you can enable the path to your ethernet port on the laptop
and leave the wireless connection as it is. I did this on a Dell 8100
with fabulous results.
Also Google "linux dhcp server".
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