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how to get 3 networking card to work on 1 computer


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jakeriosat

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I am trying to ping diferent IP addresses ,for example 192.168.1.x 192.168.160.x 192.168.150.x so I need three netwoking cards , but how do I get theme to work on one computer?
If you know how or know a diferent way to do it let me know
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dsenette

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you don't need 3 seperate nics to do this

you just need one

right click on my network places and choose properties, find your lan connection, right click and choose properties, in the window find tcp/ip, highlight it and click properties. press the advanced button, in the ip addresses section...add an ip address that would be on each of the other networks (make sure it's one that's not in use) then in the default gateway section add the ip address of the default gateway on each of those networks....you should now be able to ping out to the other networks

(you can also do this with the route add command in command prompt...but this way is a bit easier)
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