Hello :wave: I have the following configuration: - my new pc (let's call it NEW): 1 LAN card (onboard) - my older pc (let's call it OLD): 1 LAN card for internet access 1 LAN card to connect with my new pc So OLD will become a router (or is it a proxy server?) for NEW. I've never done this before and I would really wanna know what to do: - OLD has installed Windows 98, but I don't think this OS can handle this situation; I've heard something about Linux and Windows Server 2003, but I'm not sure (I have no ideea about working in Linux so forget it...). So if Win98 can't do it, what should I use? - do I require science fiction stuff like port fowarding and stuff? - what exactly should I do so I can get internet on NEW? - can NEW and OLD act in this case as a normal network (for example, to play a LAN game)? - can I use 2 workgroups (one for the big network that provides me internet and one for the link between NEW and OLD)? I've learned a few things about networks on this forum but this is still complex for me, can you give a hand ?