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Computer with two NICs

Computer with two NICs

Computer with two NICs

I have a computer who is connected to two networks

therefor this computer has two net-cards

everything works fine

how i can make sure that the internet connection works

only through network 1  ??

thanks  ray

RE: Computer with two NICs

Only list a default gateway in the properties of the card you want to go to the internet.

I tried to remain child-like, all I acheived was childish.

RE: Computer with two NICs

i set manually  IP and subnetmask  but no default gateway

and DNS i set manually as well

after that, the network connection to this network not work anymore....  for whatever reason...

after i set the defaut gateway, everything works...  but unfortunately the internet connection as well...


RE: Computer with two NICs

route... hmm

werde mich mal schlau machen

vielen dank

RE: Computer with two NICs

You can probably use "route" command with preference value for network 1.

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