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    I want to connecting two local networks in my interface through routers. this network is not working properly. How can I repair it?

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    Re: Connecting two local networks

    Rickywilson,

    You need to provide more information about your network configuration i.e. what kit are you using? What do you actually want to achieve?

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      Re: Connecting two local networks

      Plugging in cables is ALWAYS a good start

      As said, a lot more info needed, or consider a consultant to sort it for you
      Tom Jones
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        Re: Connecting two local networks

        Please make sure that your network is using IPX - most routers and switches in the past 2-3 years have been phasing out support for TCPIP.


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          Re: Connecting two local networks

          Originally posted by tehcamel View Post
          Please make sure that your network is using IPX - most routers and switches in the past 2-3 years have been phasing out support for TCPIP.


          That would be IPXv6, of course
          Last edited by Ossian; 9th June 2011, 11:09.
          Tom Jones
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