I have an XP machine that I need to access 3 different networks in my small office. Each network needs to be secure but I need to manage this small office and rather quickly. Have you ever bseen or do you recommend using 3 NICs in my PC to connect to the 3 switches of each network?
One is set up as 192.168.1.x
The second is 192.168.9.x
The last is 10.0.0.x
Could you describe a little more as to why there are 3 different networks? Kind of an odd setup for a "small office" if you ask me. If we understand a little more of what you're doing, there might be a better way to go about it.
FYI, inside your NIC TCP/IP properties is an "alternate" configuration tab where you can manually input ip configuration for a 2nd connection.
One NIC card goes to the business office network. The second NIC goes to the automation system and the third NIC is to the studio/producers' network. They are all independent for security reasons but this one person who handles sales & operations needs access to all three networks.
Currently he is using PCAnywhere which is just a bear.