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Old 06-13-2006, 12:52 PM   #1
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What I would like to do is add my friends computer to my network so I can access his shared folders.
I know how to do this if they're in my LAN through my router, but would this be possible if he isn't? If it is, how?
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you mean like access his shared folders from far away (you live ages away from him)?
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Port foward the right ports to your PC, than he can type your IP in and see your files

However, I dont recomend this without stirct ACL's
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