How to Connect two Networks at same time in XP?

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I have two Networks at my Office One Network is used for Work and second is the internet. I used internet only on my PC, other PCs in my office only connects to Work Network. I want to access Both Networks Internet as well as Work network. 

I always be connected to the internet via WiFi but when I connect my LAN Cable of Work Network. My Internet stops working. I mean I can’t access internet while I connect to Work Network. I want to Access to Networks at the same time in XP please tell me where I am wrong.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #189144

How to Connect two Networks at same time in XP?

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Hi Steven,

Its first solution is- if you add an extra NIC / network card on the motherboard. Windows automatically creates a second connection, and you will use Internet and intranet means that the office network running at once. Secondly You could also try by VLAN in which the computer can use a physical connection attempt, but in which almost all traffic is separated into different logical networks.

Thanks.

Patrick Opal

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How to Connect two Networks at same time in XP?

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Good day Steven,

It could be that your USB modem is using the same IP address as your office network which is usually control by your IT manager/administrator. One solution is that you contact the IT manager to open the website for you to access it through the work network.

Check that your firewall permits internet, if not enable the rule. You can type the following commands in your command prompt if that is not working:

NETSH INT IP RESET

IPCONFIG/FLUSH DNS

Hope this is useful to you.

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