setting up 2 servers

By ccsbot ยท 8 replies
Jul 28, 2005
  1. i have 2 lan cards one is connected to main server whos gateway is ---> whis is connected to local server on office

    other lan has ip address which have ip and gate way is
    this lan is connected to internet

    now i wanted to share internet connection with one of my client which is connected on my local office server (gateway
    or i want internet connection to all my clients which are connected which main office server

    when ever i try to share internet connection
    it says the ip is already in use cant go further

    any solution ?>>

  2. toffeapple

    toffeapple TS Rookie Posts: 152

    You need to clarify..

    as in are both servers on the same domain? or are they on a work group?
    what OS are the servers running?
    how are the NIC'c configured etc more details are needed
  3. ccsbot

    ccsbot TS Rookie Topic Starter

    i have Windows XP on this system
    which have 2 lan
    and this pc is not main server it is my internet server
    main server have windows 2000

  4. ccsbot

    ccsbot TS Rookie Topic Starter

    no helo ???? :mad:
  5. ccsbot

    ccsbot TS Rookie Topic Starter

  6. ccsbot

    ccsbot TS Rookie Topic Starter

    still nothing :(
  7. HoopaJoop

    HoopaJoop TS Rookie Posts: 90

    Ok so you want the machines on the 192. network to be able to access the internet connection through the 10. network right?

    Take out the default gateway on the 192. side and try the connection sharing again using the

    Hope this helps.
  8. ccsbot

    ccsbot TS Rookie Topic Starter

    i didnt get u
    if i remove the gateway on 192 . it still says ip is already assigned on ur network
    try to remove the ip address and try again

    see the image !
    tell me the exacts ips and gate way of the each network
    i shud write theri and run internet sharing

  9. HoopaJoop

    HoopaJoop TS Rookie Posts: 90

    Remove and leave blank the default gateway on your Local Area Connection 4 NIC and any other NICs that have

    Redo your ICS.
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