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Using multiple networks

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In my office we hav a workgroup network. We recently got internet connection. I installed a additional network adapter in my computer for connecting the modem(internet is only for my computer). When both Internet and workgroup network is connected, only the workgroup network is functioning properly, the internet connection is disabled. I allocated manual IP for workgroup network. and automatic ip for the network adapter to which i ve connected the modem. I want to use both the networks simultaneously. Thanks in advance.

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If you are using windows 2000 or later start the routing and remote access service (make sure to set it to automatic) and that should solve your problem.

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