Alright, first I would like to apologize in advance that it is late and I'm tiered, and therefor might make some mistakes or word things weird.
Alright. So I have an old laptop computer from the late 80's that only has a dialup modem on it, no LAN (although it does have some card bus slots, and I know that is a simpler alternative.. but anyways-)
I would like to know if there is some type of method to use the dial-up through the LAN, either by emulation or some form of external hardware. Or to connect it to another laptop of mine through the phone line on it, and some how bridge the connection that way. (It has wireless internet and can connection to a LAN connection as well)
I'm running FreeBSD 5.5 on the old laptop, and Windows XP SP2 on the newer laptop. I am able to install and run Windows 95 on the old laptop if need be.
I've done some searching and there is just to much stuff to do with Dial-Up for me to really sift through what I need to pay attention to or not. But from what I've concluded it either isn't possible (or would cost me) But I've decided to post here just in case I'm wrong.
If a thread such as this exists, or I am posting in the wrong section I'm sorry. I've looked around and couldn't find it. As well as couldn't think of a better section for this to fall under.
Thanks in advanced to anyone that helps or tries to help, even if its telling me its not possible or so on, because it'll save me time and what not. =)