Network card problem on Windows Server 2003

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Network administration
NIC
Windows Server 2003
Windows XP
I have an intel core 2 duo system intend using as an internet server. I have installed Wins server 2003 ans ISA on it, the board came with a 10/100mbps network card, now i added a 100/1000mbps network card to make the cards to be 2, but the problem is whenever i configure this cards and give then an ip adresses, one of the network cards will automatically be unpluged, i have tried it on another system it does the samething, i changed the cards to the same specs it still does the same thing. what i discover is that when i put this cards on a normal windowsXp sytem it works perfectly. Now i am really confussed, anybody with help on what to do? i need it urgently.

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Have you tried using the BIOS to manage peripherals? You may be able to have them both continually on from boot, and this may resolve your issue. Also, how are you assigning IP addresses?

Hope this helps!

-Schmidtw

i actually dnt know much about the bios setings u are talking about, i will really appreciate if u can put me through. As for Ip adresses, i have an IP address i got from my isp which is the one i am using for the external card (WAN)of 100/1000mbps and i derived a range for the other onboard card (LAN). the thing is i want all other system on my network to pick there internet access through the LAn so that i wud be able to monitor all my restriction on the internet.

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    i actually dnt know much about the bios setings u are talking about, i will really appreciate if u can put me through. As for Ip adresses, i have an IP address i got from my isp which is the one i am using for the external card (WAN)of 100/1000mbps and i derived a range for the other onboard card (LAN). the thing is i want all other system on my network to pick there internet access through the LAn so that i wud be able to monitor all my restriction on the internet.
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