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Aug
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comment How to share internet from one computer to another via router?
Finally, all started to work! The problem is that there's no simple "bridge mode" in this version of Zyxel Keenetic's firmware, therefore I had to find what things I have to do to make the router work in a bridge mode. Finally, MacBook's Ethernet connection got IP address 169.254.89.21 with mask 255.255.0.0 (and I've manually have written DNS-address from my USB-modem connection). The router, for some reason, took the address 192.168.2.2. Both Ethernet connection and the router's internet configuration are set to automatic (DHCP) mode. I hope that all the things is right.
Aug
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comment How to share internet from one computer to another via router?
@BigChris, thank you, I'll try to do that. I've just tried to do all the things that are described on the page you've linked to. I've done all the things and after that, Ethernet connection on my MacBook got the address 169.254.148.102. I then manually changed it to 192.168.137.1 but no result. Router successfully connects to MacBook and even shows successful message something like "Connection to Internet", but nothing does work. I've tried to ping some popular web resources from the router's control panel, but no result.
Aug
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comment How to share internet from one computer to another via router?
@BigChris as you see on the picture, it is Mac OS X Lion 10.7.5 (computer with 192.168.1.33 address).
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