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I was wondering if you can use two NIC cards at the same time. About two weeks ago, my ethernet port on my Motherboard was fried. I have no clue how and now I am running of of my backup card. Before the port was fried, I used to bridge another device such as my xbox. So is there any way of running two NIC cards at the same time?
to do "Internet Connection Sharing" (ICS), yes, you need to add another PCI network card to do that. Saying that, i would recommend a purchase ofa router, A>its a hardware firewall, B> it facilitates internet sharing, C>ICS is problematic.