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Anonymous
August 4, 2005 9:56:48 AM

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I have two network cards in an XP Pro computer. One for internet and the
other for LAN. I want a particlar IP address to go through only my LAN NIC.

Problem is that, unless I disable my internet NIC, an Intranet Website is
not opening. Computers not in domain.

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Anonymous
August 4, 2005 2:02:21 PM

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From: "Arun Aluvila" <ArunAluvila@discussions.microsoft.com>

|
| I have two network cards in an XP Pro computer. One for internet and the
| other for LAN. I want a particlar IP address to go through only my LAN NIC.
|
| Problem is that, unless I disable my internet NIC, an Intranet Website is
| not opening. Computers not in domain.

Use only one NIC and use a Cable/DSL Router with multiple LAN ports such as the Linksys
BEFSR41 for sharing the Internet.

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Anonymous
August 4, 2005 6:22:02 PM

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Use a static IP for your LAN.

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"Arun Aluvila" <ArunAluvila@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>
> I have two network cards in an XP Pro computer. One for internet and the
> other for LAN. I want a particlar IP address to go through only my LAN
> NIC.
>
> Problem is that, unless I disable my internet NIC, an Intranet Website is
> not opening. Computers not in domain.
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