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MAC networking ICS question


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I currently have a windows wireless network setup in my house, running successfully. I also utilize Internet Connection Sharing with a dial-up modem in the host computer. The client computers have the ability to activate the dial up modem anytime. They also have the option of disconnecting modem anytime using a utility program called " Remote Disconnection Utility ". The program resides in both the host and client machines. It works great and is a freeware utility but only works in windows.
My question is:
Is there a comparable program that works with a Mac? If I am utilizing ICS with a Mac host and a windows client, will the client be able to disconnect the dial up modem at will?

Sorry for being long winded

Looking forward to getting a new G5 Powermac once I am comfortable that all my needs will be met.

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Len
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I dont know, but i wanna ask somethin'... i have a eMac at home and at work i have a local network (our sever is a PC running win2k)... is it possible to connect to my work network from my home computer via internet?
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I dont know, but i wanna ask somethin'... i have a eMac at home and at work i have a local network (our sever is a PC running win2k)... is it possible to connect to my work network from my home computer via internet?
Only if your company has it set up to do so.....


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