Bridging Dial-up and LAN connections

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Dial-up
EVDO
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Windows 7
Windows 7 Administration
Hello. I am using a ZTE EVDO cellular Internet modem to get on the net. The thing is I can't bridge it with my LAN adapter because Windows 7 treats it as a dial-up connection. Is there any way I can achieve the bridging between the EVDO Internet access and the LAN card? Can I force Windows 7 to treat the Intenet access as a high-speed one? Thank you

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An alternative would be to use ICS (internet connections sharing). Its been around since Windows 98 and still exists in Windows 7. Have a google for it. There are loads of guides already out there.

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  • Essu
    [...] Bridging Dial-up and LAN connections [...]
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  • vinnie223
    I have tried for hours to use ICS to share my evdo connection with other computers on the network. It does not work i dont know why
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  • TomLiotta
    It does not work i dont know why   We don't know why either.   But you haven't told us anything about your setup -- what the PC is configured like, what OS it runs -- nor what other PCs are like and how they know to look at the first PC. You haven't told us what you tried nor any results or error messages.   Tom
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