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Networks 2NIC 2PC: Enable PC2 to online tru PC1 2nd NIC

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by psYCHopath, 19 Nov 2004.

  1. psYCHopath

    psYCHopath What's a Dremel?

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    I need help on network configurations.

    I'm running W2K SP4 on my computer.
    Online using broadband.
    Using Abit NF7-S v2 mothhernoard.

    I have two network cards.
    Intel (PCI) [NIC A]
    and the onboard
    nForce [NIC B]

    I connect the internet using PPPoe tru [NIC A]

    I have a laptop and used to surf the internet using [NIC B]

    but recently...I had miss configured...the settings, and now I cant suft the net with my laptop when i connect it to [NIC B]

    What must I reconfigure so that my laptop can go online?

    I'm using a DSL modem with router, but disable it as its not stable.
    I have a 8 port Lantec switch.
    Please advise me on how to reconfigure the ip.
    BTW I can only "Enable Internet Connection Sharing for this connection" for [NIC A] but can enble both at the same time =(
     
  2. Highland3r

    Highland3r Minimodder

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    So you fiddled and now it doesnt work?
    Why not just set it back to how it was? Can you ping the "net" pc from your laptop? Set the default gateway on your laptop to the same IP as the "net" pc, and the DNS server (only 1) to the same ip. Should work ok then.....
     
  3. psYCHopath

    psYCHopath What's a Dremel?

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    well i set it back like it was..but still aint working... :wallbash:

    @Highland3r: i did as u said...still didnt work...

    anyone here knows how to solve it?
     
  4. Haddy

    Haddy World Domination

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    check all the settings....if the hardware is good its a settings issue....

    when you say "but recently...I had miss configured...the settings" what do you mean....problem probably lies within that statement,,,
     
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