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NETWORK WITH 3 PCS NOT USING 4 NIC PROBLEM

Posted on 2004-10-19
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AT MY HOME I HAVE THE FOLLOWING NETWORK (WITH OUT AN HUB) all pc has win xp pro




      Pc B               Pc A              Pc C
       |                   |                   |
       |                   |                   |
       |                   |                   |
    1gb nic ------ 1gb nic              |
  192.168.0.      192.186.0.1       |  
                           |                   |
                           |                   |
             100mb nic ----------- 100mb nic
               192.196.0.3               192.168.0.2
                           |
                           |
                   ADSL MODEM
            SHARED


PC B HAS AS GATEWAY PC A WITH ADDRESS 192.168.0.1

PC C HAS AS GATEWAY PC A WITH ADDRESS 192.168.0.3


PC A SEES PC B AND PC C IN LOCAL NETWORK Network Neighbor

PC B SEES ONLY PC A IN LOCAL NETWORK Network Neighbor

PC C SEES ONLY PC A IN LOCAL NETWORK Network Neighbor

PC B IS ABLE TO GO ON INTERNET

PC C IS NOT ABLE TO GO ON INTERNET

IS NOT POSSIBLE TO MAKE A BRIDGE ON PC A BETWEEN THE TWO NIC
(I GET A MESSAGE THAT SAYS THAT TO MAKE A BRIDGE I NEED 2 LAN NETWORK OR INTERNET NETWORK
THAT ARE NOT SHARED)


ANY CLUE HOW TO HAVE ALL PC THAT SEE EACH OTHER AND PC C GOING TO INTERNET TOO ??
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by:lrmoore
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You need a hub. Bottom line.
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by:theexxx
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why i just needan hub ?

explain me pls
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by:adamdrayer
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i don't understand your drawing..  do any of the computers have more than one network card?  

What is the ADSL shared modem?  is it a Cable/DSL router?
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by:theexxx
ID: 12350792
pc a has 2 nic card

adsl modem is an usb modem that provide internet connection shared to other 2 pc
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So, you have:
  DSL Modem USB--->PcA --- NIC 1 ------ PcB
                                     |
                                     NIC 2 ------------ PcC

PCA - NIC 1 has ICS enabled
PCA - NIC 2 has ICS enabled?
I dont' think you can have both NIC's setup as "inside" for ICS with both sharing the USB Modem
I'm pretty sure that ICS will only support one inside, one "outside" interface at any one time.
You would have to disable ICS on NIC1 before you can bridge the two together, but that's not what you want to do.
If you had a hub, your problems would be over.

DSL Modem USB--->PcA --- NIC 1 ------ Hub----PcB
                                                             |
                                                              ----- PcC


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by:theexxx
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my adsl modem is seen as network connection and it has ics..

both other niic has not ics..due it setted on the modem....

i don't want to use a hud due i must be 1gb hub...

can i disable ics ..bridge the two network and after enable again ics ?

what do you think ?
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by:theexxx
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solved as described in previous post

thanks for help

exx
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by:lrmoore
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>solved as described in previous post

I believe the reference is to "my" previous post. I was the only one that posted a suggested solution..
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