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Networking problem I have two assmbled computer both have xp os,one computer consists two lan card another has only one inbuilt lan card with help of switch i make peer to peer networking my data sharin and application sharing is working properly even my all work run smoothly but at first computer with another lan card i connect my internet connection with sify broadband conection when i connect my internet my local networking fails to work it showas workgroup client but when i open client it shows you have not authority

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Configure your local nw with static ip, might solve ur prob.

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