TCP/UDP Filter

Hi,

How can I filter TCP/UDP on the Netowrk Card level and have it effect only that NIC, while the other Network Card is unfiltered?

thanks to all
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Dave_DietzCommented:
Depends entirely on what you are using to filter your traffic.

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mjalmassudAuthor Commented:
I tried to use the built in IP Filtering on the NIC, but the problem those filters apply on both NICs.
what else can I use as filter on only one NIC not both?

thanks
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saito1Commented:
unfortunately IP filtering is applied for all interfaces (all NICS) and can not be done individually !

right clik on that nick, properties, TCP/IP properties
in new windows click Advanced -> Option tab
you will see "TCP/IP filtering, clik on it and properties,

or you can use IPSec:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;313190&Product=win2000
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