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    Bridging wireless connection

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    Bridging wireless connection
    I have an older eMac with Tiger on it and no airport. I am trying to hook it up to my laptop (windows 7) through the ethernet and bridge the wireless and ethernet connection. I have had no problem bridging my desktop or my xbox 360 through my laptop, but when I use the eMac, I get an IP address conflict. I have tried disabling DHCP on my router to manually set my IP address on the eMac to no avail. I get network access to my laptop, but no internet access. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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    Bridging wireless connection
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    I had the same issue once, and just shut everything down completely, modem and router too, and then boot it all up again, that fixed my problem.

    Hope it does for you too

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