2 NIC’s – 1 PC – Connected to DSL and Corporate LAN – How to Route Correctly?

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I have a computer that has one NIC connected to the Corporate LAN with IP address: 10.1.1.50 The other NIC is connected to a small SOHO DSL Router with IP Address 192.168.1.50 I want to be able to connect via RDP from that computer to our servers using the LAN NIC. I want the other DSL NIC to be able to connect to a MMS: address to view Streaming videos When I have them both enabled they don't work. I think that I should ADD a ROUTE maybe but I needed help with that. Can you give me feedback. (The OS is Windows XP)
ASKED: October 23, 2007  4:38 PM
UPDATED: October 25, 2007  1:21 PM

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have one nic configured with dns and a gateway, the lan nic would then have no gateway, possibly no dns(or use the internal dns server only) just lay it out on paper and it will be easy ti finger out.

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