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i got an information about it ..

if we r using a win xp there is an option to bridge networks...

it will act as a switch/hub

it is only on XP ... Anybody know is there any tool for windows 2000

Hi compass!

if we r using a win xp there is an option to bridge networks...

it will act as a switch/hub

how to configure it explain me.

I know little bit

Need at least 2 network cards in the computer and

2 crossover cables going to the other computers.

Then after

How to configure explain me step by step pls.

Thanks for you..

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if u have 2 nic, in my network places u can see 2 networks ..

Select both networks & right click then u will get an option to bridge

after that u will get one more network in tha my network places

take the property there is an oiption to give ip

put previus ip EG (192.168.9.50)

then go to other pc give an ip (192.168.9.*)

then set the gateway as 192.168.9.50 (in the second pc )

use cross cables

i will work ...

tested ..

ok ? :D

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Ok v.v.v thanks compass i will work ...

tested ..

ok ? :D

I didn't understand this explaination in one time select both networks & right click then u will get an option to bridge after that u will get one more network in that my network places.

Pls help me this step.

Onces again thanks compass :D

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Hi Guys!

Hi Compass!

One Crosscable going to the other computers.

1st System

Today morning i connected one more NIC in my system,Now in my system 2 NIC.Local Area connection 1st one Network connection is running only with Preferred DNS Server and Alternate DNS Server.Now one more LOcal Area Connection2 came in that property (TCP/IP) Property

i gave IP Address: 192.168.9.50

Subnet mask:255.255.255.0

Default Gateway 192.168.1.1

Preferred DNS Server 61.1.96.69

Alternate DNS Server 61.1.96.71.

After completed this one i went Select both networks & right click then u will get an option to bridge network but problem coming.

To create a Network Bridge, you must select at least two network connections that are not being used by Internal connection Sharing or the Internal Connection firewall OK.

2nd System

I connected that wire.After i went Local Area Connection property (TCp/IP) property

i gave IP Address: 192.168.9.55

Subnet mask:255.255.255.0

Default Gateway 192.168.9.50

Preferred DNS Server 61.1.96.69

Alternate DNS Server 61.1.96.71.

After completed this one i went Select both networks & right click then u will get an option to bridge network but problem coming.

Same problem came

To create a Network Bridge, you must select at least two network connections that are not being used by Internal connection Sharing or the Internal Connection firewall OK.

But both My Network Places and View Workgroup computers is working fine but Net is not coming.

IS it right configure.

Help me thansk.

VV.Thanks for replay Compass

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i think u have only problem with Internet shearing is it ?

i want to know which type of internet sharing u r using ?

if u r using the windows (ICS) internet sharer give the proper dns ok!

otherwice use a proxy i thing that is better .. ( u can use free proxy )

(u must share the internet connection from the network property of internet server )

then restart the 3 pcs ...

where is ur internet landing ? is it in two NIC contained computer ?

move that connection from first computer Plz

the ur configuration will be ....

1st PC with 2 NIC

NIC 1 ---- to connect the internet connection (Obtain ip automaticaly its depend up on ur ISP )

Nic 2 ---- IP -192.168.9.50

sub -255.255.255.0

GW - NIL

dont bridge this networks !

2nd PC With NIC

Nic 1 -----

Nic 2 -----

Bridge two connections

Give an ip to bridge ----IP - 192.168.9.51

Sub -255.255.255.0

GW -192.168.9.50

DNS - IF ICS U r using MUST GIVE IT here

3rd PC with 1NIC

NIC 1 -- IP - 192.168.9.52

Sub -255.255.255.0

GW -192.168.9.50

DNS - IF ICS U r using MUST GIVE IT here

OK !

Any dought ?

Compass..

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i think u have only problem with Internet shearing is it ?

i want to know which type of internet sharing u r using ?

if u r using the windows (ICS) internet sharer give the proper dns ok!

(u must share the internet connection from the network property of internet server )

then restart the 3 pcs ...

where is ur internet landing ? is it in two NIC contained computer ?

move that connection from first computer Plz

the ur configuration will be ....

2nd PC With NIC

Nic 1 -----

Nic 2 -----

Bridge two connections

Give an ip to bridge ----IP - 192.168.9.51

Sub -255.255.255.0

GW -192.168.9.50

DNS - IF ICS U r using MUST GIVE IT here

OK !

Any dought ?

Compass..

Thanks for replay Compass

I didn't understand this step pls sugesstion me thanks for you.

I think u have only problem with Internet sharing is it ? Yes only problem with internet sharing help me with windows (ICS) internet sharer.

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friend ...

as per ur requirements .. u must have 5 NIC

1st pc required 2 nic ( one for the internet & other one for the lan)

2nd pc u must have 2nic that is actuly bridged(one for incoming & other for outgoing (xp loaded pc )

3rd pc must have 1 NIC for lan

ok ..

I think u r in india ...

if u can call me i can guid u ..

otherwise Chat with me Yahoo ID "albinsebastian"

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I think u r in india ...

if u can call me i can guid u ..

otherwise Chat with me Yahoo ID "albinsebastian"

VV.Thanks compass my friend....

I added your id but it is not working you send me message(Add request pending)

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