Providing 2 MBPS Internet Access to Two Different Network

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Hello, Everybody Thanks for your answer. I have implemented new Internet connection its working fine.. Anyway. i want to know. How to Configure New Server, Also I have two Ethernet Card 0 / 1 There are two networks in my domain. There is administrative floor network and Local Students Network. ALso i hve internet conenction coming from Sadaonline ISP Provider to to my Domain.. From there i want to configure internet connection for both Network Here are layout Internet:210.18.77.222 Subnet:255.255.255.240 Gateway:210.18.77.220 NIC 1: 192.168.1.1-254 Subnet:255.255.255.0 Gateway:? DNS 1 DNS 1 NIC 2: 192.168.2.1-254 Subnet:255.255.255.0 Gateway:? DNS 1 ? DNS 1 ? How to configure 2 MB of Bandwidth Internet Connection for Both...Ethernet Ports. But be sure without routing between two NIC 1 and NIC 2.
ASKED: August 29, 2005  3:54 AM
UPDATED: September 2, 2005  9:46 AM

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In order to help you, we’ll need more information. What is the operating system on the server? I assume there is a router involved, in granting Internet access fromm the internal networks, how is that router situated in relation to the server and the other networks?

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  • Sonotsky
    In order to help you, we'll need more information. What is the operating system on the server? I assume there is a router involved, in granting Internet access fromm the internal networks, how is that router situated in relation to the server and the other networks? Cheers
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  • Cptrelentless
    Unless you're being used as a gateway you won't route packets through the NICs. Make sure all the devices on each network use your layer 3 device as a gateway. Your gateway will probably be the same device on each network if you only have one route out so you'll get your internet access through the NIC you put a gateway on. Really you don't have to have two NICs unless one's on a completely unique network and you intend to route through the server (like a VPN server). you can use the routing device for this. If you have two gateways configured and you haven't set the metric so one NIC is preferred to the other you'll get problems.
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  • Hittarget
    Dear friend, give your public ip in the router wan configuration, and give the router ip as gateway of network machines, if u wants to configure in the second network , use alies ip option in Lan configuration of router.
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