My computer is connect to the internet via an ISP using modem (ADSL). The IP address of my PC is dynamically assigned by the ISP. Now I want to add three more PCs to the network (LAN) so that all of them can access the internet.
1)Can I do it without using a router or HomePNA? If not, what will be the other choices?
2)If, for the above case, a static IP is a must, do I need the static IP for each of the PCs on the (LAN) network?
You can use proxy software in your pc where Isp line is connected or use two LAN card in your pc. one Lan card for Isp and other use faq Ip address for another client pc. Your server nating faq to real ip and another client pc can access the internet.
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