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PS3 to PC Internet connection sharing?

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I had a previous post about iPod touch Internet sharing with my PC, and I had no luck. I recently got a ps3 and also upgraded my PC to Windows 7. It runs awesome, but... no Internet. So:

 

-There is a wifi network in my house.

-My PC only has ethernet.

-My ps3 and iPod touch are both connected to wifi.

-MY PC IS NOT A LAPTOP

-I have a spare Ethernet cable.

 

Can I use either the ps3's or iPod's Internet connection on my PC?

 

Please help.

 

PLEASE!!!

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I had a previous post about iPod touch Internet sharing with my PC, and I had no luck. I recently got a ps3 and also upgraded my PC to Windows 7. It runs awesome, but... no Internet. So:

 

-There is a wifi network in my house.

-My PC only has ethernet.

-My ps3 and iPod touch are both connected to wifi.

-MY PC IS NOT A LAPTOP

-I have a spare Ethernet cable.

 

Can I use either the ps3's or iPod's Internet connection on my PC?

 

Please help.

 

PLEASE!!!

 

More info is needed... Do you have a wireless router?? IOf so there should be wired ports for the computer on it...

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I think what he's asking is the same thing I want to know which is, If I have internet on my PS3 through Wi-Fi, can I plug in a ethernet cable into the PS3 and the PC, and share the internet. I would think it would require linux, but what all would me/him have to do on linux??

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