I have been doing some more research on this on some other sites and I am getting some conflicting information.
When I get it sorted I will post it here to fill you all in on my findings.
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...wouldn't say i do it for a living or anything
Monkey Man- You wouldn't happen to be a networking expert, would you?
Edited by RjBass, 15 January 2007 - 11:27 AM.
ps dsenette- remember that leatherworker who said we didn't know how the Internet worked? He just got thrown out of his last option for online leather conversation, for telling that list owner that she didn't understand how acrylics work with leather. Not only was he wrong, but she makes a lot of money using paints her way, and she hadn't asked for an opinion, especially his.
One thing I have learned working on these tech forums in the last couple of years is that your friend might sincerely believe that he is doing what he says he is, and even if you assemble 25 intelligent experienced people to tell him that he isn't, and why, he won't admit that he doesn't know what he is talking about. I'm not saying your friend will be like this, but, speaking generally, there are many people that are. It's not just the tech forums that this behavior is found; it's on other forums, every corporate structure, political party, church or other organization/club/association. So if your friend can't accept that he is full of it, don't get worked up. You know what you are talking about because you have done your homework. People who investigate and solve problems accomplish great things in life, and people who don't question themselves occasionally never have the pleasure of the Eureka! moments that make life so satisfying.
Cheers from Ohio!
...this is still a yes and no kind of situation....if configured correctly...you might be able to reduce collisions and such...but in general using a PC with two active nics get's kind of hard to set up and maintain and all that stuff...but it's doable (for instance...if you were using one PC as a bridge for ICS...you COULD use two nics and forgo getting a hub or switch.....though it's n ot neccessary to do it)
If I understood dsenette correctly it could help for playing a lan game at home with one nic conected directly 2 another computer . The one with 2 nic's will b an intermediat one for the single unit going on the net. But for lan use with the main one it will b quicker together.
there are quite a few options...the easiest 2 are switches and hubs...which basically jut give you a place to plug in the cat cable....you could also use a router for this if you're connecting both to a modem....
Is there a unit that switch an rj45 from one connection to another?
I built one my self once and dont have the energy to do it 2 more times.
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