Two Network Cards

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  1. Fad

    Fad Registered Member

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    In my new pc I have 2 inbuilt network cards.

    One is connected directly to the router and the other is connected to my old pc with a crossover cable.

    I am using the old pc as an emergency backup in case my new one stops working, and also to transfer music & data files across as a third backup system.

    At the moment this old pc has no direct connection to the internet.

    I noticed in the properties of the second inbuilt network card on the new PC that LnS has added itself as a driver.

    I have disabled this (unchecked it). Is this the correct thing to do ? :doubt:
     
  2. Phant0m

    Phant0m Registered Member

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    You could have simply left the driver checked, nothing is filtered until you check this network interface through Look 'n' Stop application. In-fact, if you want to filter packets transversing over this network interface, simply execute another instance of Look 'n' Stop for this. You'll need to include -mult1 as an commandline parameter; "C:\Program Files\Soft4Ever\looknstop\looknstop.exe" -mult1


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  3. Fad

    Fad Registered Member

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    OK thanks, I understand.

    I will have to turn OFF "Automatic Selection" in LnS options though won`t I ?

    I looked at that and it had automatically decided to monitor the new connection when I turned on the other PC and activated the link.
     
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