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I do have one PC that must connect to 2 diffenrent networks. Two networks cards are installed. One network is up and running, but how do I change/add network id to also see the second network?
What operating system are you using? If it's Windows XP, go to Control Panel, Networking, right-click on the first network adapter, Properties, then select TCP/IP, Properties and enter the appropriate network settings for the first network. Repeat for the second network adapter and second network.
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