I have a laptop running Windows 7, which has two network cards, so I bridged the Ethernet and Wireless connections.
On a second laptop, which runs Windows XP, I set its default gateway to the IP of the bridged network.
The Windows 7 laptop with bridged network has access to the Internet via wireless. The Windows XP laptop can see the Internet through the bridged network.
How do I control the traffic through the Windows 7 machine? Is there a specific tool I can use to do this?
The ones I've found are specific to modems, and not to wireless connections. For wireless connections, I found a network load balancer, but I'm not sure if this is correct.