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Multiple IP addresses on a single NIC

By lgalbrai ·
We have an ISDN line with which we use an IP address, gateway and DNS is
enabled. Some users also connect to an external router to access one
of our customers computer systems, which also uses an IP address. My
problem is assigning these two ip addresses to one NIC. I have tried doing
what was suggested in an email in a Windows 95/98 tip from TechRepublic
dated 01/11/2000, which suggests adding another IP and subnet mask
directly into the registry. For some reason I am having no luck with
this suggestion. The only other option for these users is to use a
dial up connection which at max connects at 28.8. I desperately need
to find a way to allow these users to use the ISDN line as well. Can
anybody help me?

Laura Galbraith
PDS services
Oxford Michigan

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Multiple IP addresses on a single NIC

by calves In reply to Multiple IP addresses on ...

Hello Laura,
If you having trouble bonding another Ip to the NIC, there is another way you can try. Have you considered VPN?
I can't explain tyhe concept in 1,000 characters, but I keep a very details documentation, including step-by-step documentation to install and maintain it.
www.softsolutionsconsult.com - network
The nice thing about it, if I understand you needs, is that, they can connect and disconnect it at anytime without leaving your own network. Let me know if I can help you further.

Good luck!

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Multiple IP addresses on a single NIC

by mmohammed In reply to Multiple IP addresses on ...

Open the controlpanel-network-protocols-tcpip properties. Manually enter the ip address and subnet mask for the netbios connection to other NT devices. Enter the default gateway here also, then press the [Advanced..] button. On this panel you can enter multiple addresses and subnet masks.
May be this will help

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