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Connecting Two Lans

Connecting Two Lans

Connecting Two Lans

I need to connect two LANS. I have a server with two NICSS and believe there is a way to configure these to communicate so that a PC on one LAN could talk through the server and talk to a PC on the secondary LAN.

RE: Connecting Two Lans

You have to set one NIC to talk to One side of the LAN. As in give it any IP address on that side. Give the other NIC an Ip address on the other side. Run RRAS and set it up as a Router. You can get a Megalab at www.trainsignal.com that has a CD that will walk you through this. I think it is megalab 7. Awsome books with CD. Basically trains you while you do it. Very CHEAP.


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