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mschwartzz

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Hi

I have bought the netcomm nb9w max router and i have wireless broadband through Optus on a USB.

The internet works fine on my computer and so does file sharing though the wireless router, however i need a way to share the internet to the other computers.

Please let me know how.

thanks everyone!

Marc
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Dan

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Hey Marc -- welcome to G2G :)

Does your router have a USB WAN slot that you can plug your Optus USB chip into? If so, you should be able to setup your home network by following the steps in SpaceCowboy's tutorial, "Home Networking & Printer/File Sharing" -- you should start at Wireless Home Network Physical Setup.

If you can not do this, please let us know.
- Dan
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