how to merge DSL & Cable networks

August 22, 2010 at 17:30:00
Specs: Windows XP
Hi guyz i need to know about something
I am running a small network by DSL (modem), i've got a 1mbps connection and i am sharing it with my 4 client PCs,
I have got two LAN cards in one of my PC, and i also have an another cable internet connection from some another Network provider, now i need to merge both the networks (one of mine and one of another provider) to share the local HTTP sharing server of another network provider since i don't have my own sharing site.

so is this possible, waiting for your kind & quick responses :)

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August 23, 2010 at 08:11:20
Your objective is unclear. Are you trying to gain better access to an off site sharepoint or are you trying to gain better access to a sharepoint you are hosting?

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August 23, 2010 at 13:45:05
bro, actually i want to share my another network's sharing website with my client PCs which have been shared with my dsl internet connection..

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August 23, 2010 at 13:56:42
Sorry but that was just a repeat of what you said the first time that I was trying to get clarification on.

simple question: where is the web site located you are sharing? on your lan or on the internet?

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August 23, 2010 at 14:16:16
look i am having two internet connections one of DSL(modem) and another of local cable net, and my dsl cable internet connection uses the ip address (4 PCs) and i am not having any sharing site on any of my pc, now the thing i need to know is that i've got an another local cable net who are providing me the local sharing for the LAN users and their ip address is and i need to use their sharing on all of my PCs

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August 23, 2010 at 16:48:57
Bro, we are having a failure to communicate.
I get that you want but it's a guess.

You have one internet connection in the 10.x.x.x range which you are using for lan. Not your usual setup for 4 pcs.

You have a 192.x.x.x dsl connection

You have "http sharing" which I translate into you have a hosted [as in someone else is doing] web page.

Why you have TWO internet connections is beyond me. You only need ONE for all of them to access a hosted web page. They just bring up the web browser and put in YourWebPage.whatever.

So I have to guess there is more to this. The usual question when having two wan links is how to I combine them to increase my bandwidth.

I guess this is not your question?

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August 23, 2010 at 19:20:28
No bro, i don't know as to how should i convey my query here coz i am new here so plz do forgive me for that reason..
well now come to the point

let me explain you thoroughly

i have got two different internet connections one is being provided by DSL(modem), which acquires the automatic ip address of

and another is a local internet connection which is being run in our area and this local internet connection has got a sharing server (website) which can only be accessed by local (LAN) users who are only having their connection, and it's IP address ranges from to and i haven't plugged this internet wire into any one of my PC yet.

and they are providing internet connection on some ppoe dialer or whatever but i don't require their internet connection.

I just need their sharing server to be accessed by all of my client PCs which are being attached to a DSL internet connection through a switch.

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August 25, 2010 at 08:24:59
Is there a reason why you would not be accessing this web server via the internet? Can it be accessed via the internet?
Is this server yours and can you admin it?

"i don't require their internet connection."
Does this mean you wish to drop the 10.x.x.x internet connection in favor of the 192.x.x.x connection?

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