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Ok, the connection works, i pinged it and everything is fine.

The only problem is that the computer that connects thru the other computer is going REALLY slow, sometimes it loads pages REALLY slow or sometimes it doesnt load at all, also when i try to play bf2 online it says "cannot connect to a socket"
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Originally Posted by X3Nh4nC3D
Ok, the connection works, i pinged it and everything is fine.

The only problem is that the computer that connects thru the other computer is going REALLY slow, sometimes it loads pages REALLY slow or sometimes it doesnt load at all, also when i try to play bf2 online it says "cannot connect to a socket"
Make sure that all of your ports are forwarded and that the first computer has a different IP address/Mac address than the other. Also, turn off any firewalls that you may have on the first computer, in order to share the network.
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Here is what you need to do: Buy a gigabit switch off newegg or a staples. They are cheep and basicly act as a splitter for your ethernet signal. Its just like if you had more ports on you router.
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The have different mac/ip's, how do i foward ports?
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Here is what you need to do: Buy a gigabit switch off newegg or a staples. They are cheep and basicly act as a splitter for your ethernet signal. Its just like if you had more ports on you router.

Ok i checked newegg for a gigabit switch and their all $100+, any other solution?
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Ok i checked newegg for a gigabit switch and their all $100+, any other solution?
Umm, ya, buy this one.
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