Two NICs (Windows network & Linux)

By ultimatebc ·
I have two networks, Windows workgroup and Linux. Both have worked fine but the Linux server was just upgraded and since that three computers cannot access the internet!

Each computer on the network has two nic's. One for the Windows network 192.168.1.x and the Linux 1.0.0.x!

If we disconnect the Linux the three systems can see the internet! The other six systems have not been affected...HELP

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Two NICs (Windows network & Linux)

by abdi_wae In reply to Two NICs (Windows network ...


tips before upgrading :
make note DNS, Default Gateway and metric, etc.

to see you client problem - use tracert to any destination on the internet, see which route they take to internet - via windows or linux network?


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Why adressesare different

by rev.hawk743 In reply to Two NICs (Windows network ...

Why are the addresses differing so much.
You need same server then the same address
is what you should use, not def~ one.
only the last number are to be def~ do this and you'll get them to work together.

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