Can 2 dsl units be connected through separate switches and 2 NIC’s work?

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I have a Dell 3G processor and 512k mem, using windows 2003 server and two NIC's one 24ch sw for all clients, one dsl for internet connection. Question: can 2 dsl units be connected thru seperate switches and 2 NIC's work?

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If you want to use the 2 seperate dsl units for two seperate networks that will work. For the same network you would need to find hardware that will let you bridge both connections. If you are looking for more bandwith then you should just get a faster Internet line.

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  • IT Administrator
    how to run dual internet on a local network using Server 2003 with manual IPs on server & clients. What should I do? One DSL is PTCL & 2nd is wi-tribe.
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    Welcome to ITKE, IT Administrator! If you could start a new question about your issue, I'm sure one of our experts will be able to help you.

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