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    Buy a router. I recommend the Linksys WRT54G. (<$60)

    Go to the configuration screen... Tell the router to use your PC's MAC address.

    Renew DHCP.

    Use both computers at once.
    I agree to purchase a router yes. However, I do not recommend linksys WRT54G This is the same exact model (depending on firmware) I was having problems with it the doctors office. Took it home hooked up in 2 minutes.

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    Or you could just throw a second nic in the first computer and use it as a gateway to your new one. Set up ICS or DHCP or some other system.
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    Or you could just throw a second nic in the first computer and use it as a gateway to your new one. Set up ICS or DHCP or some other system.
    How do you install 2 nics in a notebook?

    I'm assuming that by spoofing the MAC address of my *laptop* to that of my desktop I could connect.

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    The router is a really good idea. But if you want to try it, you can use SMAC. I've been using it for a few months and it's pretty good.

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    How do you install 2 nics in a notebook?
    Maybe I'm reading it wrong, but didn't djhuk say his desktop MAC is already validated and he's trying to add the laptop?

    edit -- he's not real clear on which computer is already validated. If it's his laptop already validated, he could have the net admin pull his laptop validation and have his desktop's MAC validated after he's added a second nic, eh?

    Here's a rundown on XP's built in ICS:

    http://www.practicallynetworked.com/sharing/xp_ics/
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