I am trying to set up the Internet connection for my company.
What I want to do:
Internet → DSL modem w/wireless and four-port LAN (allow free wireless for customers) → "Desktop 1" → Router w/wireless and four-port switch LAN (secured business network) → ["wireless notebook 1" and "desktop 2"]
What I have currently:
"Desktop 1" has access to network and Internet
"Desktop 2" has access to network (I don't want Internet access on this system and thus have not tried to set it up)
"Wireless notebook 1" has access to the network but is unable to gain access to the Internet
I am slightly anal, especially when it comes to the business computer system. I want everything to be secured behind firewalls, and I want to use "Desktop 1" as a front runner just to add to the security. I want the business network to be secured and "hidden" even though I understand wireless systems can "see" it but not access it. I want the DSL, which acts like a wireless router, to be configured for free unsecured Internet for our customers... or I could put a simple password on it.
All systems are running Windows XP Pro; "Desktop 1" has two NIC cards; I tried to share both, but had no luck.