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    ip thing

    here's what I have. I have a cable modem plugged into one computer's usb port, that computer is connected to a hub sharing the cable internet connection with the network. No problem there. What I would like to know is if there is a way to 'tunnel' through the ip that goes to the computer that has the cable modem directly plugged into it, to another computer on the network. Do you understand?

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    to clarify

    You want to connect to your other computer via the cable modem, across the net and back in via your other pc's internet connection?
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    well

    okay...here's a better way to put it. I want to be able to go through the IP address of the cable modem (which is the internet ip of one computer on the network) and through it, access the other computers on the home network through their network IP.

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    sorry

    But its got me?! Not sure how you go about this.
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    You want port mapping then? is it like this:


    Internet->CableModem->PC1->Hub->PC2

    And you want to be able to access PC2 from Internet?

    Then you need NAT & PortMapping. Try:
    http://www.grok.co.uk/netproxy/


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