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Trying to bridge two seperate networks.

Last response: in Networking
June 14, 2009 8:06:53 PM

I'm using comcast with 2 seperate external ip's. They feed two routers and each router feeds multiple computers. I have been trying to bridge the two networks so that I can share data and printers. I been trying XP bridge with no luck. I setup one computer with 2 network card and connected each card to each of the two routers. Not sure what ip or subnet is needed or if i'm even going down the correct path. Can anyone give me an idea of what I could do to get this setup would be greatly appicated. Thank you.
June 15, 2009 3:15:08 AM

You'll need a switch to do that; connect both modems to the switch, then any routers you need to connect the computers in your network to your switch.