For the life of me, I can't figure this out. I had it working once in my network, but never after that.
I have two machines A (Win7-x64) and B (WinXP-x86), connected through TP-Link's TL-MR3420 Router (wired connections). Computer A has an EVDO device connected directly in a USB port and is connected to the Internet. Now I want to share this connection with machine B. Can anyone tell me exactly what configuration would work?
- Do I need to run DHCP on both the router and the EVDO device? If yes, what ranges should I assign?
- Do I need to assign static or automatic IPs on both EVDO and router connections on both machines? If static, exactly what IPs would work?
- Both the router and the EVDO device need to have an IP assigned to themselves too. What should be assigned there?
- Do I need to enable ICS?
I have literally tried dozens of combinations of the above without success. In some cases, I can even see the EVDO connection in the taskbar area of machine B, but it never browses the Internet.