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Two network card on W2K and one router

By k_azman76 ·
I have 2 NIC, one is Accton EN1207D-TX PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter, the other one is 3Com EtherLink XL 10/100 PCI NIC (3C905-TX. I have 1 unit Cisco 770 series router connected to ISDN 128 kbps. I have installed Win2K advance server. One of the nic connected to the router and one of it connected to my LAN. This router, is indicated to dial-up to the internet. Now for my problem, I cant make internet sharing with this 2 NIC and the router. The NIC cant talk to each others. How can I resolved my problem. Please help me on this. Thanks.

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by jwilczyn In reply to Two network card on W2K a ...

I think you have problem with subneting - they wan't talk to / see each others. Check your gateway IP address, DUN settings, etc.

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by William Jay In reply to Two network card on W2K a ...

RRAS.
Routing and Remote Access Service.

This is a built in facility for a Win2k machine to act as a router or bridge. It is automatically installed, in the disabled state.
Insure that your network number assignments on the internal net conform to private IP adress blocks, usually within:
A class --> 10.0.0.0-10.255.255.255
B class --> 172.16.0.0-172.31.255.255
C class --> 192.168.0.0-192.168.255.255
Enable the RRAS via Windows Management Console snap-in. Once the server is added in the console tree, choose it and select Configure and Enable Routing and Remote Access. The RRAS setup wizard will start and help to put it in properly.
If you need more info, post a comment or email direct, at your convenience.

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by William Jay In reply to Two network card on W2K a ...

In the wizard:
Choose the Internet Connection Server radio button, click next, choose the NAT, (Network Address Translation), option. The other types are for dialups, direct serial, and other types of RAS. Follow all the way through to start the service ...

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