Windows XP client with two LAN cards, both wireless and local?

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hi i m danial i want to know that it is possible that windows xp working with tow lancards at a time i meant to say i have linksys accesspoint which i connect to my isp and i coonect it with my wirless lancard at a time my internal lancard connect with local sharing but problem is that when i browse it not work but when i disable local area lan my internet work fine pls tell me is it possible or not

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Even though both are appearing as “connected”, just realize that traffic will only pass thru one card (either wireless or lan). Why do you have the sharing of your lan card unless you plan one connecting your XBOX to your laptop lan interface so it can connect to the Windows Live for global network games.

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  • Jfernatt
    Hi Danial, It sounds like the reason you are having issues is because you are receiving a default gateway for both connections. There are several possible workarounds to resolve this problem. The easiest and the one that I recommend is to configure your NIC connected to the internal or local LAN with a static IP address and leave off the default gateway. If you need more detailed help just post back.
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    thanx for helping its work
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