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Ethernet Connections

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#1 vomog1


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Posted 30 October 2007 - 09:17 AM

Hi all
I have a "Speedtouch" adsl hub with 2 Ethernet connections. Can I run another PC off the spare connection.And if I do. Is it necessary to configure which one has priority? What I mean is: Can only 1 connect at any one time?

Cheers vomog

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#2 4ward_tristan


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Posted 30 October 2007 - 07:28 PM

im not quite familiar with the modem/switch/ what ever it is..

if its a dsl modem, you may or may not have to enable NAT translation in the modem config page..

note:in doing that, your ISP may stop supporting you right there (in aust. anyways)

the priority wont matter it will do all that jazz itself

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