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    I have Two Windows 2003 Servers in My Office.

    First Server is Connected to Switch 1 --- > IP. 192.168.0.1

    Second Server is Connected to Switch 2 ---> IP 192.168.1.100


    Switch connection is done from Motherboard LAN Card

    Two Servers have Two External Ethernet Cards....UNUSED......


    I want to connect TWO SERVERS not through Switch. HOW can be it done..

    Please tell me the configuration to make two domains in servers to see all the users in their domain.



    Thanking u

  • #2
    Re: Windows 2003 Server

    not through the switch?
    well crosscable between the 2 unused nics?

    but I don't know what you mean with:
    Please tell me the configuration to make two domains in servers to see all the users in their domain.
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    • #3
      Re: Windows 2003 Server

      Thanks Dumper


      I Mean what IP Should be given..........

      I gave 192.168.0.1 --------> Server 1
      192.168.0.150 ---------> Server 2



      What about the IP Should be given in the UNUSED NIC....????


      What I have do in Server 1 to show the clients of Server 2.....(Connecting Two)

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      • #4
        Re: Windows 2003 Server

        Strange request this one.

        Why do you want your servers not to be connected to a switch???

        What do you mean show the clients of server 2???

        What is the purpose of this??

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        • #5
          Re: Windows 2003 Server

          If you use a cross-over cable to connect NIC3 and NIC4, you can give them any IP addresses you wish - as long as they are on the same network as each other. HOWEVER - as they are already connected via a switch on the two motherboard cards, WHY??!

          If these servers are domain controllers in different domains, then you need to create a trust relationship between them to use users from one domain in the other domain. If they are not domain controllers, you cannot use users from one server on the other server. If they are domain controllers in the SAME domain, they can see each other's users anyway; because if they could not, the domain would not be working.


          Tom
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