How do i configure dual homed windows xp for cisco vpn on one card and lan, wan on the other?

Is it possible to run the Cisco vpn connection on one network card and the local network and internet on the other card of a windows xp pro computer?  If so, how is this setup?
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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:

No its not, the client sets up its own NIC anyway :(



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You need to setup Internet Connection Sharing (ICS).  This will allow you to share your Cisco VPN connection to other computers.  Follow the steps from Microsoft's how to.

This is also a good reference to set this up.
Sorry I think I posted to the wrong question.
RANDALEAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the speedy response. I didn't like the answer but have found that you are indeed accurate.
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