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CONECT SERVER STATIC TCP/IP WITH SERVER DHCP

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We already have a network configuration with one server wit DHCP configuration for internet, but we have too another server for process system, and we will install the add-on to see the process in internter, all network it is conected by glass fiber optic.

The process Server use static TCP/IP,and the Internet Server use DHCP, we need to conect to Internet Server without any change in the Process Sever because this server it is conected to another process client than only work with static TCP/IP.

How can I conect this server?

Thanks for your help.
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You should install a second network adapter in the process server, connect it to the network for DHCP, and let it receive an address from DHCP.  Keep the network card with the static IP card as is so that it can continue to communicate with the current network.

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I get a C for providing a correct answer?  Hrm...ok.  Well, glad it helped.
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