Internet and Intranet is not working at a time………

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I have two LAN Cards in my PC. One LAN card has Internet Connection. Another LAN Card is connection to the Intranet (Local). Both have Default Gateway. When I try to connect to browse any page, it shows connection not available and an exclamatory sign in taskbar network. Internet LAN have Real IP in its interface (Static).

That IP can be accessed from WAN side. But, I can't connect to the WAN from my PC. Is there any solution for this problem????

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Answered By 0 points N/A #117995

Internet and Intranet is not working at a time………

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What you mean is network bridging. You want one connection connected to the Internet and the other to your local network or to another computer you mean.  In order to do this, you have to bridge the connections to make different segments (Internet and local).

  • First highlight the two connections and right click on it and choose bridge connection.
  • Then it will process your request.  Wait for a minute or two. After which it would then have a status of being bridged.
  • If your other connection is connected to a router, it will gain its IP address dynamically.
  • Just use dynamic IP address to be easier for you, just to test if it works, then you can assign static IP address later.
  • On the second network attach it to other computers and you will have another segment to that computer.  You can have local network by using static IP address or use DHCP to connect to the Internet which connects it to your router.
Answered By 0 points N/A #117996

Internet and Intranet is not working at a time………

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Gateways can be manually configured right? Then check it once again. I think you are lacking applied IP in you network connection that can be the cause of your problem. The IP settings must not have conflict from different IPs in the network. That's why you are not able to connect.

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