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Re: [vox-tech] 2 Network cards not getting along
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Re: [vox-tech] 2 Network cards not getting along



Alex Mandel wrote:
> Could you clarify a few things about some of the ideas?
> 
> On 3, when you say internal, what where are you referring to?
> Should I have been more clear that subnet 2 connects to the outside
> world on it's own, it's not an "internal network". My 2nd nic is simply
> another machine on an existing network.
> That said I don't understand the DNS issue considering I currently get
> to either nic in testing by IP address and it still behaves the same
> way. Also I don't have control over the real DNS server that points the
> outside world to our webserver.(Not sure if that matters, since I
> clearly only partially understand this stuff)
> 

	Well now it does sound like the static route would be the
	best solution.

> 4 - this solution means turning off the 2nd nic and essentially bridging
> the networks?

	No, that is not what I was thinking about. Maybe we can talk
	more about this next Monday night.


							Tony
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