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From a testing perspective, if a PC has 2 NIC's, each configured for a different subnet, does traffic actually cross the LAN since each unique MAC is represented by a unique IP according to its ARP cache? Would not the destination network need to be resolved by a router? I guess a better question...
I just want to know what the effect will be, if I use different wire patterns on network cables instead of using the U.S. standard cabling? Will it affect the flow of data when transferred through network?