How can you get 2 internet connections on one ethernet connection Tags: LAN Connection Computers Ethernet Card Cable Internet Networking Last response: December 2, 2012 9:50 PM in Networking Share friskyfoxlv1 December 2, 2012 8:53:09 PM How can I get 2 internet connections for 2 in home computers from 1 cable internet connection More about : internet connections ethernet connection PhilFrisbie December 2, 2012 9:50:55 PM Use a router. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources 2 Ethernet Connections. Specifying one for internet, other for local? Forum how to bridge 2 internet connection one wifi and another usb modem, Forum SolvedHow to connect to internet from ethernet port on 2nd pc. Forum How to use 2 internet connections one wired and one wireless Forum How to use 2 internet connections one wired and one wireless Forum How to use 2 internet connections on one computer Forum 2 internet connections. If one drops, how to auto-switch to the other? Forum 2 ethernet connections, internet 1, LAN other Forum SolvedHow do I get a Ethernet port internet connection in my room? Forum How can I connect to two network connections but use one for internet and one for network resources, when both offer internet. Forum How to connect to internet using Ethernet cable Forum Two internet Connections, one LAN - how to share Forum how can use ethernet net connection in wireless n 300adsl2 2750u +router and make it accessible to wifi? Forum Can I connect 2 wired internet connections to one PS3? Forum Solved2 wireless Adsl routers. 1 pc in another room with Ethernet only. Can I connect to one of the routers? Forum how do i connect to the internet through a laptop with windows 7 with an ethernet cord when my laptop has windows vista Forum How to join two internet connections to get one Forum How to bond two seperate DSL connections to create one faster internet Forum SolvedHow to connect 2 devices to the same ethernet port? Forum How to use two usb modem internet connections simultaneously on one pc Forum More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !