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How to you bridge a LAN and a Wireless device on Windows XP by hand? Does anyone know how to do it? I have a situation where XP "Network Connection Sharing" isn't working for me. I want to try "bridging" like Vista/Windows7 will do (in the networks control panel). I can do it manually , by hand. Does anyone know the concept of it, or how to do it?

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migrated from Feb 9 '10 at 18:38

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Here's some bridging instructions from Microsoft.

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i should have looked harder. thanks for the answers. that worked for me. – djangofan Feb 9 '10 at 19:40

Select both connections, right-click, and click Bridge Connections.

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