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I have a problem regarding my network, i have 2 land card, 1 is for my printer and other for my small network, the problem is that i can't see my server and i can't browse an internet on it. my server is just using a ICS (Internet COnnection Sharing). please help me on this problem
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Make sure the printer NIC and print server have addresses on the same network but different from the other NIC and network addressing.

Make sure the NIC for the LAN is at the top of the binding order.

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