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Old 02-09-2005, 04:45 PM   #21
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Uhh.. just to be sure, what does NIC stand for? Thanks again everyone
Network Interface Controller AKA Ethernet Card.
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Network Interface Controller AKA Ethernet Card.

or maybe Card
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I was gonna say that DD!!!

I beat you lol j/k
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Old 02-09-2005, 04:48 PM   #24
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Use the router! If u still need help i can look for the router
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like he can afford cisco or afford to lose connectivity with linksys go 3com!
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yes that will work with 2 NICS in each computers...

for example:

COMPUTER 1: 1 NIC going to MODEM.. and 2nd NIC going directly to second computer with a static IP address.

COMPUTER 2: same senario.

and if computers are in different loctions and you don't want to do cable drops.. then that why i said "one the 2nd NIC" hook up either AD-HOC wireless on each NIC.. or use a HomePlug bridge to connect the 2 together.. its pretty simple actually.
Thats what i would do assuming you dont need to have a mobile computer.
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Lol, Get a linksys or cisco or dlink....

When i get routers / switches i dont ever even consider the fact of cheapnes. i look at quality which Cicso Systems has plenty of.
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Old 05-26-2005, 07:38 PM   #29
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dont get a dlink, i get people calling me all day long about a dlink that has crapped out...sometimes i get people that are dedicated to dlink and are on there third router, go figure. Get a cisco linksys.
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never had problems with my Dlinks , Dlink and linksys are the ONLY that i use
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