Quote: Originally Posted by eynestyne
Create a Bridge. Open Network Connection, Select all the adapters, Right click and Select Bridge.
That will allow cards 2 & 3 to access card 1 (the internet)
Nope, sorry, but it is not working at all, i've tried many configurations, and all seems to be unconfigureable. Even when ethernet card is able to connect to network after bridging, wi-fi is dead. And with bridge active i can't configure whether wi-fi is secured, or anything. So, bridge is not an option.
I've tried to explain on microsofts answers what i want accomplish with my macintosh configuration example, where i can simple choose my internet connection and, with previously configured two other cards (static IP, Wi-Fi security, etc.) simply share the connection with single click. And is not political debate, my mac is for work and will be, windows is the game station only but i must share internet so others who is working can access it in time i play.
For now i use virtualization software in X, but heavy duty games are running smoothly only under windows alone.