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Multiple Connections on the one system


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sparky202

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Hi all,

I'm trying to connect two internet connections, through two Network cards. one is set to a static Ip address, and connects to a private network. the second NIC connects directly to the internet. does anyone have any idea how to configure the cards so that the two connections will run at the same time? i've tried bridging the 2 cards, with no joy. when their not bridged, one works fine, and the other wont. please help!

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I think you're talking about internet connection sharing or ICS.

http://www.geekstogo...showtopic=92406

Edited by 98springer, 27 February 2007 - 09:56 PM.

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No, thats wasn't what i was talking about... i got it sorted, i had to add a persistant route into the system, remove one of the DNS, and set the cisco switch to broadcast the DNS instead... thanks anyway!

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