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2 Network ID on one PC

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?

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  • Adi Sunardy
    Adi Sunardy May 11, 2010

    Your computer has to be acted as "ROUTER" or "NAT (Network Address Translation)". Or just simply add route command to your computer.

    It will depend on the Operating System that you used. Would you like to inform more about our need here and also your operating system? What do you need with two different Network? Is your computer is a bridge, router or just a computer client that need to access two different network n the same time.

    I could help if you provide more information.




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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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