Two LAN cards in one PC

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Internet
Internet Connection Sharing
LAN cards
Windows Server 2003
how can i use 2 lancards on 1 pc for internet shearing in windows 2003 server

 



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Okay the real answer is you can by setting the one with the internet line coming to share internet connection and then setting up a static IP address on the other line going to another device like 10.10.10.1 and the other device you set the IP as 10.10.10.2 then the devices will talk and the main one will share the internet. But sharing with a server you probably need to leave the network as dynamic or obtain IP address automatically here is a Microsoft how to share internet and not actually set up a domain:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324286

The article says to make sure you do not have a domain controller set up to use ICS. It also depends on the device you intend to share with on the ease of setup.

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  • carlosdl
    A proxy server could be installed on the machine as well, which would add caching and other functionalities.
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  • Guardian
    Do you have a firewall? You might want to use one if you don't have...
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