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2 lan cards problem 1 built in 2nd 3com added


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hello guzy ... well i have some problem i have built in lan card in mother board works very well but ... its grip might be lose thats why its ... giving plug and unplug status ...

i have inserted other lan card of 3 com its work well but system went too slow ...and if i ... disable it .. then its running fast again ...

yupz i disable built in then enable other ...

what the problem can be :) :)

2nd thing is ... i have give multiple ip's ...

192.168.0.6 (first ip)

192.168.3.10(2nd ip in advance button)

.......... it must get 0.6 first as in gateway i put ... 0.3 .. but it picks 3.10 first :woot: ... and remoting went slow ...

whats the reson ... could the dhcp having some problem
........................ if i m not clear plz tell me ............. and help me thnx in advance :tazz:
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uh....that's a very confusing post...probably a language issue...

why are you putting in 2 ip addresses in the card? why for 2 different subnets?

it must get 0.6 first as in gateway i put ... 0.3 .. but it picks 3.10 first ... and remoting went slow

that made absolutely no sense to me (might be my fault)

if you set a static ip...then dhcp has nothing to do with it
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yupz i know the language the problem but thnx is the must first of all .. i will not put it shorter and clearer way ok

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1 lan card built in ... works well but not working well now ... grip problem with cable
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so i put 2nd lan card in slot ... thats ok but system wen toooo slow when i activate it ...
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let it be solved then i ask further ... why system get slow at the 2nd lan card enabled :tazz: :) ...
is this the clear now :) hope so
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is the computer moving slower (programs load slower, stuff like that) or the internet connection?

also...could you anser my other questions...about why you're using 2 ip's and what not
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yupz it seems slow ... any wayz ... why i m using 2 ips is the reasson i have to access remote servers to monitor network lil bit

192.168.0.3 (ip of server)

and 192.168.3.2 (ip of 2nd server ) 3.10 ip(2nd ip ) for this to work fast

i dont know is this work ... and one thing .. my friend say this to do that ... this will make both remote pc to work fast ...

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so what u say
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i have replied the post but where was that :tazz: ANNN deleted or not posted i think .... uhhh i'll try again ..
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i'm gonna ask for some help here
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a few questions...

please explain in detail why exactly you've chosen to have two ip addresses on the one card? still not quite understanding.

do you have any kind of firewall turned on?
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so the setup you've got now is...

2 servers on different subnets (why?)

server one has a o.3 ip
and server two has a 3.2 ip

you set up your computer to have two ip addresses...one is 0.something
and the other is 3.something

what's the 3.10 that you mentioned?
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