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trying to connect my i mac to my pc's bt voager 105 via airport


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hi, can anyone help.

i'm trying to connect my i mac to my pc's bt voager 105 via airport. it can see it but wont connect, what can i do to configure it?
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hi, can anyone help.

i'm trying to connect my i mac to my pc's bt voager 105 via airport. it can see it but wont connect, what can i do to configure it?
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You've got to share your tcp/ip connection in windows and then map to it via the Mac, that is assuming you have an 802.11g wireless card in your PC, which if you did then that would mean that you also had a wireless router which you could just connect to with your airport. So you have me at a bit of a loss as to what exactly you mean to do. If you don't have a wireless router, then get one and that'd be your simplest solution.

Just thought of something else. If your Mac is close to your PC you can network the two together and share the TCP/IP via a crossover cable or a bridged USB cable or just get a USB splitter and hook up the modem to both via USB.
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