I have a Win XP Pro client on a production Win 2003 SBS domain via a 100Mb wired network. I have another net connection on the same host, a wireless 54Mb connection to our test LAN.
The IP of the production NIC is 192.168.46.77 (static) and the IP of the wireless NIC is 192.168.46.3
There are 2 hosts on the test LAN with IP's 192.168.46.1 and 192.168.46.5. I would like to access both addresses, but I would settle at only being able to access the 46.1 address if both were not possible.
There are approx 50 hosts on the production LAN with addresses in the 46.x range. There is a host on the production LAN that has the address 192.168.46.5. The reason there are 2 hosts with the same IP is that I am performing a migration to new server hardware.
At the moment, I cannot access the test LAN without disabling the production NIC. I realise this is because they are on the same subnet, but I need to know how to access the test LAN without disabling the production NIC.