August 2008

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This is the description of my experience. May be I did wrong, I did unnecessarily a lot. But I did it. I should thank my friend Zubair for his help. You can follow this.

Say two computer named A and B. Both are running windows XP sp2.

– has two NICs say named NIC_A1 and NIC_A2.
– NIC_A1 is used to connect to the broadband internet.
– NIC_A2 will be used to share this internet to computer B.
– Internet provider gave the following settings to the NIC_A1

ip:                      10.–.–.– [not written for safety]
defaultgateway: 10.–.–.– [not written for safety]
preferred dns : 202.–.–.– [not written for safety]

Internet provider also took the mac address of NIC_A1 for their identification

-has a NIC say named NIC_B1. This will be used to build the local LAN between computer A and B.

The procedure:
1) First confirm that local LAN is okay.

1.1) Configuring NIC_A2

1.1.1) Right click on NIC_A2.

1.1.2) Go to Properties.

1.1.3) Deselect all but the last

1.1.4) Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). Go to properties and set the following things



1.1.5) Turn off firewall.

1.2) Configuring NIC_B1

1.2.1) Do the same as above.

1.2.2) but the configuration will be like the following

ip:                192. 168. 0. 13

subnetmask: 255. 0.0.0



1.3) check local Lan is okay

1.3.1) ping each other.

2) Sharing internet from A

2.1) right click on NIC_A1 and go to properties

2.2) Go to advanced

2.3) Select network setup wizard link from below.

2.4) follow the links until you reached a window with 3 radio buttons option where you are asked to select one of the 3 options. Select the first one i.e. your computer is directly connected to the internet.

2.5) do the next works until you are asked to make a network setup disk.

2.6) enter your pendrive into the computer. and do create a disk into the pendrive.

2.7) then take the pendrive into another computer B. Run the script.

2.8 ) In this case you need not to build any disk at the last step. Select the last option.

2.9) restart computer B

3) Check whether connection is okay.

3.1) ping from both computer.

i.e. ping from B to the

ping from A to the

3.2) ping from B to the default gateway address of NIC_A1

ping from B to the predefined dns of NIC_A1

ping from B to the

3.3) If everything is okay Enjoy.

4) Turn on firewall at NIC_A1 and check if everything is okay.


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1. Go to

2. Download Erlang binary for windows.

3. Install Erlang and you will get something in your start menu like Erlang OTP RNNB where you will find erlang shell and erlang documentation.

4. Say you installed Erlang at default directory. In my case it is C:\Program Files\erl5.6.2. There you will find a directory C:\Program Files\erl5.6.2\bin. Enter into it.

5. Create a text file named helloWorld.erl there.

6.  write the following code there


myFun () -> io:format (“Hello World ~n”, []).

7.  double click on erl.exe in the same directory i.e. C:\Program Files\erl5.6.2\bin.

8. Now do the following

9. This is the hello world program. Enjoy! erlang.
10. Go to the start menu -> erlang -> documentaton. Enter into Erlang Programming -> Getting Started.

11. Go through all the things and write and run code like the above.