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Win2k PC on 2 LANs

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Hello,

I want to put a PC running Windows 2000 on two LANs.  Has anyone done this?  Is it as simple as installing a 2nd NIC?  I just did this with a PC running Linux, and it was easy, but I'm curious about doing it with Windows.

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gothicbloody earned 25 total points
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there is no problem with install 22 nic in same pc and it's working .
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by:ewtaylor
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yes it is that easy, the toughest part is if you want to route between the 2 subnets you will need to start and configure rras
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by:berni1234
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yes, no problem with 2 nics
you could also create a multihomed network (2 different ip´s on one networcard) -> 2 (different) logical nets on one physical medium
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