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Two Lan's Sharing

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I want to make a Network in which I have 15 PCs, I will make 2 of theme as Servers (Win XP) for Ineternet Connection Sharing and I will add 6 , 6 clients under each Server.
But the remaning 1 PC i want to use as Movies and Songs PC, It will share Movies and Songs to both Lan's , For This I will plug two LAN cards in this Media PC. and I will connect it to both LAN's , I will make it part of LAN 1 , so that it can Access the internet.
But My problem is that if IP will be Used by Server 1, How I will run Ineternet Connection sharing on Server 2 because it will need also IP to run ICS?
Also How I will stop media PC to not share the internet connection sharing of LAN 1 with LAN 2. because Media PC is also connected to LAN 2 , so it can give internet access to the 6 clients of LAN2.
Any Help to Solve this issue.
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