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(Excuse for bad English)
Help to solve such problem:
there Are 2 computers:

PC1: Cable USB modem in a local network (a network 192.168.х.х).
A network card in other local network with the Internet. (a network 10.10.100.х)
This computer is seen in both networks i.e. in one network it and in another (there where there is an Internet)

PC2: the Network card in a local network (a network 192.168.х.х)
Adjustments of this computer
Subnet mask:

PC 2 sees PC 1 in a network 192.168.х.х ( PC1 have ftp server (Serv-U) and it can used by PC2). And PC1 sees PC2 in this local network.

QUESTION: how to adjust the Internet from a network 10.10.100.х through PC1 that it it was possible to use on PC2? That PC2 entered into the Internet through a proxy established on PC1.

If it can be realized through WinRoute, write please as it to make step-by-step.

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could you discribe what routers or so are between PC1 and PC2
the best way would be to have PC2 have a route to PC1.

but as PC1 and PC2 are not in the same subnet 192.168.2.* and 192.168.8.* you can't directly give PC2 a route to PC1.

I guess if there is eg. 1 router/pc between PC1 and PC2 (called PC3) and this one has a NIC with and
you would have to make a defaulte route to PC1 on this one (Gateway:, now it would route every request thats not for the 192.168.8.* or 192.168.2.* net to PC1 (whitch routes it to the internet)

Althoug you could try to only setup a Proxy on PC1 and set into internet explorer on PC2 the proxy.
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