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How to connect Leopard to a Windows XP machine with Internet Connection Sharing enabled

How to connect Leopard to a Windows XP machine with Internet Connection Sharing enabled

My only internet connection at my house is through my cell phone, plugged into my PC via USB. This machine connects just fine, and I've enabled Internet Connection Sharing. I can get online with my other two PCs after I set the default gateway to 192.168.1.1. I also have a Macbook that connects to the network without issue, but can't find "the internet". What Mac setting do I need to set? Is there a single place where I can set the default gateway?

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Guest [Entry]

"System Preferences > Network
Then select the 'Advanced' button and go to TCP/IP.

Here is where you can set a manual address, subnet mask, and 'Router' (i.e. default gateway).

Here's a few pictures:"