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For Thunderbird 15.0 / Lightning 1.7 the following procedure works for me: Open the "Today Pane" ie. the Events panel on the right hand side next to the email list. Drag&Drop the ics-file onto that pane. In my case (Kubuntu 12.04) it will create the event. Hope this helps.


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Virtual Router should do what you want! Personally, I would most likely use ICS, that being said, obviously this actually requires infrastructure or an ad-hoc network. Using this program allows you to create a virtual router.


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Assuming Outlook for Mac is using an Exchange Server, subscribing to '.ics' feeds is simple: From web browser, not Outlook for Mac: Login to Outlook Web Access Go to 'Calendar' Right click 'My Calendars', then left-click 'Add Calendars' Supply the URL to the '.ics' feed Outlook for Mac will sync the calendar automatically. See it here with screenshots. ...


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Do you have any other network interfaces defined? If the interfaces have been bridged or shared that tab might disappear. Also, make sure the ICS service is running on your machine, if it's stopped the tab might disappear. More information could help in figuring out what's wrong. Click Start -> Run... and type cmd In the command-prompt type ipconfig /all ...


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I have done this before with 2 4MB ADSL lines, however have never been able to get them to bond. PFSense is a BSD based firewall router that has built in support for multiple ADSL lines in a load balanced environment. There is also various dual ADSL routers available. These will provide you similar solutions. Molly already provided a link to one that can. ...


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It's not a fix to the ICS problem (ICS always tries to use the 192.168.0.0/24 network, if I recall correctly), but it may help you with your goal (connect both computers to the Internet): disable the connection sharing at your laptop create a network bridge on the laptop, containing your wifi interface and the ethernet one. What the bridge does here: it ...


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Step by step instructions: 1. Go to Control Panel > Network Connections (In classic view). You should have two connections, one is your network card, the other your 3G modem. At this point, you can run the Network Setup Wizard by choosing Set up a home of small office network. Internet Gateway is an option here: If you want to proceed manually without ...


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Worked it out. It came down to the set up of the VPN Client. Follow the instructions from the Youtube video How To Setup VPN on Windows 7 as Home Solution In the Networking tab on the VPN Client setup, make sure to uncheck IPv6 (this seemed to be the one change that made this work): Not blazingly fast but for private browsing and even games it works a ...


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System Preferences > Network Then select the 'Advanced' button and go to TCP/IP. Here is where you can set a manual address, subnet mask, and 'Router' (i.e. default gateway). Here's a few pictures:


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iCalendar is not a microformat so I'm afraid Operator isn't going to help you here. So you'll need a separate Firefox extension or helper app to do this. I'm not aware that one exists and Google was no help when I searched. Sounds like a good development opportunity. Workaround: save the .ics file to disk, then create a draft email in Gmail. Title it ...


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I have created a small .NET application to do just that. If you associate the .ics extension to this application, whenever you either double click a .ics file or click a link to one, this application will import it to the google calendat that you configure, and it works with google hosted domains. I know that you prefer a "no software" solution, but maybe ...


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I found a final solution to this! I based it off of the code to add Gmail as a mailto: handler, and adapted using information taken from Google Chrome's preferences file: javascript:window.navigator.registerProtocolHandler("webcal","https://www.google.com/calendar/render?cid=%s","Google Calendar"); To use it, just go to Google Calendar, open Firefox's Web ...


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First, ensure that the Polycom Phone works over the internet and can register itself properly. To do this, connect it directly to the router or a wired connection and test it to make sure you can place a call. If you can, that means that the phone can register itself with the SIP provider and you can continue trying to setup it up over Internet Connection ...


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For Android x86 on VirtualBox, the eeepc iso should used as mentioned on their site. Make sure you setup everything as specified on the website. Also when you run Android x86 with eeepc iso, The internet is connected but Wireless is not connected, Under android, if will show that wifi is not available/disconnected (Depends on hardware config). And also ...


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I have finally come up with the solution. It's simple really, as simple as anything! Internet Connection Sharing is the way to go. This is what I tried earlier, but it didn't work before due to some errors in the Router configuration. 4G Modem once connected will be shown in Network Connections as an Ethernet Adapter. The WAN port of the Router should be ...


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You can run an add-in or run VBA code. Outlook doesn't have the typical event triggers, so either way you do it, triggering the event which may cause the biggest challenge. Add-In Here is an add-in, called Calendar ImportExport, which can Import/Export the calendar in many formats. It is also able to be run from a command line which can help you use Task ...


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Open Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network Connections Identify the adapter that is actually connected to Internet - Lets call it Adapter#1 Identify the adapter that is connected to other computer - Lets call it Adapter#2 Right Click on Adapter#1 and go to PROPERTIES -> Sharing -> Put Check Mark on First Box "Allow other network users to connect ...


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You can cut down on clicking by creating a quick launch button that goes directly to the wireless network connection status panel. After creating the quick launch toolbar, go to the Start Menu and type ncpa.cpl in the search box. In the window that opens you can drag the icon for the appropriate network to the quick launch toolbar. It seems the only ...


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The thread Internet Connection Sharing ( ICS ) not working in Windows 8 CP recommends to set the ICS service start-mode to "auto(delayed)". Run services.msc, look for the "Internet Connection Sharing (ICS)" service and set its Startup type to "auto(delayed)". To have it take effect, restart the PC or stop and restart the service. The service will loaded a ...


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You can sync Outlook with a CalDav-calendar using iCal (Outlook <--> iCal <--> CalDav Share). Here's some tutorial by Microsoft on how to sync Outlook and iCal. Syncing iCal and a CardDav share (called iCal by Apple) is really easy.


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Short answer: Internet connection sharing - ICS starts a DHCP server, wich will supply all connected computers with the details how to connect to the Internet (IP address, Gateway, DNS Server). when a browser receives a request, it checks for all the currently active network connections. Meep, wrong!. Assuming default settings, it fist uses WPAD to ...


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You'll have to configure Windows to act as a NAT router from its VPN interface towards the Internet interface. I see no reason why configuring this would be any different from configuring it for a local (non-VPN) connection. Basically you need to tell it to share your Internet connection with computers on the VPN interface. If for some reason you are unable ...


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The problem appears to have resolved itself. Mostly it seems to have been a case of problem-exists-between-keyboard-and-chair. At any rate - ICS seems to have invented a 'mshome.net' workgroup, and appended that to the generated hostnames. So, I CAN successfully ping - from both the mac and windows pc, 'imac.mshome.net' and 'win7.mshome.net'. I guess, all ...


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Your SSH client should let you configure the local bound address for the port forward. It will usually be set to localhost (127.0.0.1), which restricts usage to the local machine. Let it bind all interfaces instead (try an empty value, or 0.0.0.0) to make it reacheable from other machines. Then you just need to setup the correct address for the clients on ...


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There's no reason to do this. @Dennis Williamson gave the right answer in the comments - buy a cheap switch. It is cheaper, and has a lot more functionality. The PCs can still talk to each other, but they can use the internet connection separately, and you can add more devices. You can add a wireless access point in the future if you want, etc. You ...


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The simpler solution is to use something like VirtualRouter or Connectify, which use Windows 7's virtual WiFi support to create an access point using your wireless card. This allows other computers to connect as if they were using a regular wireless access point, without any ad-hoc networks.


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You're probably going to have to get familiar with iptables, but in brief:- iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -i wlan0 -p tcp --dport 80 -j DNAT --to 192.168.0.2:80 iptables -A FORWARD -p tcp -d 192.168.0.2 --dport 80 -j ACCEPT Change 192.168.0.2 to the machine connected to your switch which you're wanting to forward port 80 to, and wlan0 to the same of your ...



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