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This page collects notes and resources on setting up Microsoft ICS (Internet Connection Sharing) so that an Internet connection to a Windows box can be shared with Linux boxes.

This can be useful -- sometimes a connection can be easier to establish on a Windows box, possibly because the ISP supports Windows better than Linux. And it is easy to set up a Linux box to use a "gateway" which is what the Windows box becomes for other machines on the local network (LAN).

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  • (rhk) Setting up Internet Connection Sharing viewed 10 Jul 2002 -- "Internet Connection Sharing made its debut in Windows 98 Second Edition, and has been built-in to every successive OS: Windows Me, Windows 2000, and Windows XP. It allows two or more networked computers to share a single Internet connection, whether it is DSL, ISDN, Cable, T1, satellite, or dial-up."

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