Internet connection sharing

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Hello friends, i am a new member of this site. i am using internet through LAN sharing (Windows XP). i have some project on GPRS Based. when i dial GPRS connection from my PC. it is disconnecting from INTERNET. its seems windows is taking the dial up connection as a default, coz it is on local machine. can you please help me how can i use both of them at the same time. the GPRS connection and internet. the GPRS is connection on Private APN. Please guys help me to solve this issue. Thanks Manish Gaud

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I suspect this is a routing issue, on the PC itself. I think you are correct, that it prefers the GPRS route as it is directly connected, over the LAN which is at least one hop away. Have a look at the ‘route print’ command from dos and see what it does to the default route (0.0.0.0 mask 0.0.0.0) which I suspect is the one that changes.

Not too sure if you can change this as it will always favour a directly connected route, but you may be able to manipulate the router for the GPRS to be less favourable.

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