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Old 01-10-2005, 11:30 AM   #1
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Default Networking using 2 ISPs.

This is what I have.

Rogers Cable = 2x Computers via Dlink Router
Sympatico DSL = 2x Computers via Router

What I would like to do is set up my network to allow a LAN connection between the two existing networks. Can I simply do this by putting a Hub in between the two routers? And what kind of conflicts would I be running into? Any help/advice is greatly appreciated. Thank you very much.
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Default Re: Networking using 2 ISPs.

well you can sorta do that.. but it wont necessarily be networked... you would have to run like PC Anywhere to communicate with each other since they'll be on seperate networks.. if you want the to networks to network correctly.. you will need a CSU/DSU to convert the WAN subnet to your LAN subnet. Otherwise you will need to connect to each network through the WAN using a PC Anywhere type program
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