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TOPIC: 2 ip, 1 NIC

2 ip, 1 NIC 13 years 4 months ago #7867

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i try to insert 2 ip into one NIC, the first IP on a network is working fine but the second on another network can't detect any computer around it but manage to ping them. anyone know why?

Re: 2 ip, 1 NIC 13 years 4 months ago #7869

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hmm since ping works successfully, what do you mean by detect?

Re: 2 ip, 1 NIC 13 years 4 months ago #7872

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like when i do net view, i can't see any other pc around me?

Re: 2 ip, 1 NIC 13 years 4 months ago #7873

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Ah you didn't mention it was about windows (moved to the Windows forum). I don't have experience in windows services, but a quick check on net view's help returned:

NET VIEW displays a list of resources being shared on a computer. When used without options, it displays a list of computers in the current domain or network.

\\computername --- Is a computer whose shared resources you want to view.

/DOMAIN:domainname --- Specifies the domain for which you want to view the available computers. If domainname is omitted, displays all domains in the local area network.

/NETWORK:NW --- Displays all available servers on a NetWare network. If a computername is specified, the resources available on that computer in the NetWare network will be displayed.

/CACHE --- Displays the offline client caching settings for the resources on the specified computer.


Perhaps you need to play with some of the command's parameters ? Either that or there might be some mistake with the domain's configuration.

Re: 2 ip, 1 NIC 13 years 4 months ago #7875

Are you sure you have the NetBIOS protocols installed for the connection?

But how do you put two IPs on a single NIC in Windows?

Re: 2 ip, 1 NIC 13 years 4 months ago #7890

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go to LAN connection -> properties -> TCP/IP -> insert the first IP than click Advance where you can add another one?

the first ip was working fine, just the second one i have the trouble connecting to..
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