Can’t Access internet and LAN Simultaneously

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My PC in lan,PC gets IP address from DHCP server which is in LAN,also dialup modem ,when i connect to internet through dialup modem my LAN is disable. SO whats the problem ? Any one help me? Thanks

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Dailup always preceeds the LAN connection. Get DLS or Cable modem to replace dialup.

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  • Gazzarp
    Most likely it is the routing table in windows. When you make a connection using your dialup it adds routes to the routing table that have a lower metric then the one for your lan. You can look at the routing table by going to a command prompt and typing route print. You will see the default route listed at the top. It will look some thing like 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.1.1(gateway). The problem is that the gateway will change to the ISP and all traffic will flow through that gateway. You can add a route that will force traffic for your network to use network card instead of the dialup modem. To do this you would use the route add command from the command prompt. I hope this helps.
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