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Bridging A Connection

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Posted 09 May 2006 - 03:23 PM

If I had two Ethernet ports in a computer (two seperate PCI adaptors) and I wanted to bridge them how can I do this since you can only select one at a time?

I know in xp you can just highlight them both and select bridge - but in 98' you cannot do this. So, is it possible to bridge a connection?

I've googled this a million times and cannot find a definite answer (everyone uses xp). Thanks in advance.
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