>I have two computers with 3COM 3c905b-TX cards connected to a LinkSys
>100BaseTX 4-port hub on an Ethernet network. I am installing a cable
>modem and they say I need a 10Base connection for the cable modem to
>attach to the network.
>I *think* I need another 10/100 hub and connect the hub to the old
computers and connect the cable modem to it. Then get a network address
translation (NAT) or proxy server program to share the cable modem with the
other computer. I use SyGate (http://www.sygate.com). It is extremely easy
to set up by following the step-by-step instructions on the SyGate web site.
You can download a free trial version.
There are many other similar programs listed at:
Windows 98 Second Edition has an Internet sharing feature built in. See
this site for more information:
See these sites for more information on cable modem sharing:
See this news group, too: