how to connect two connections with server?

April 21, 2010 at 10:59:40
Specs: Windows XP, Intel Core to Duo 1Gb of RAM
Well I'm new in domain based networking system, and the problem is that i want to connect two different broadband connections from two different ISPs with 1 server.
1. how many Landcards i need for input purposes?
2. how many lan cards i need for output purposes?
3. How do i configure them.

Note: By default IPs of both ISPs
Please can somebody make a picture for me and can send to my ID as well.

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April 21, 2010 at 11:31:45
You can't do as you desire since the system can not use two gateways. Correct method is to get a dual port router.

Google dual wan port router.

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April 22, 2010 at 10:23:54
Thanks for the assistance but the thing is that how i'll configure the two connections with one dual port router and how can i control it.
I m really confused about this, Please make a rough pic and send to my ID.

Once again thank you very much....

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April 22, 2010 at 11:40:10
Not sure what you are asking.

physically you connect the two dsl lines to the router's wan interfaces. One isp line to one router wan port.

Internal router configuration depends on the router.

Might want to ask if your isp can provide you with the router and have someone configure it for you.

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April 23, 2010 at 04:35:49
Let me put the question again. i want to create a server computer with which i want to plug-in the two DSL lines and the same time two connections as a output. Both the broadband inputs should pass the packets through one server at the same time. Is it possible?

If it is possible so what equipments i need?

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April 23, 2010 at 07:42:54
Wanderer has answered you a couple of times.

If English isn't your first language, find a board like this in your native tongue and ask the question there.

If English is your first language then please excuse me if I sound rude but what is it about "dual WAN router" you're not understanding?

Since you obviously have a web browser open to get here and ask questions, use your web browser and go to google and search "dual wan router" .

Google is your friend!

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April 23, 2010 at 10:44:18
"Both the broadband inputs should pass the packets through one server at the same time. Is it possible?"

Yes, if you setup a server as a router and configure your routing tables as such but why not buy a router this is what they are designed for?

If you absolutely have to do this then look into the ROUTE command and learn how routing tables work.

P.S. you may want to look at the following...

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April 24, 2010 at 04:30:59
I really appreciate your understanding about me Mr. Curt R. Might be I've an understanding problem. but Since I'm also new in this area of networking as i mentioned in start of my 1st post that I'm really confused how to do that and one more thing that i don't have an Idea about Dual Port Router and for what purposes they are designed for...the most important thing I don't even know how to configure them.

Lets Come back to the point, can somebody make a rough line diagram of network. Let me tell you the requirements

Server: 1
Client computers: 25
Modem: 2 (both from different ISP's)
Switch: 1 (having capabilities to connect 25 client computers).

Why Two connections is? Because we require a broadband at high speed and one connection can't meet the 25 client's computers requirements. Thats why we require to connect two broadband connections with one server.

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