I've two networks. (A: 192.168.2.x & B: 10.10.36.x). And I've a computer install windows XP professional, it's have two Network Card
Network Card A (connect to network A):
Gateway (GW): 10.10.36.6 (ADSL Modem use to connect internet)
Network Card B (connect to network B):
Gateway (GW): [leave it blank]
I don't know how to every computer in network A can access computer in network B and connect internet through this computer. I've search in google and file the guide below. I've done follow that but it's don't work
All computer in network 192.168.2.x have static ip: 192.168.2.x, Subnet mark: 255.255.255.0 and I put the default gateway is 192.168.2.50.
All computer in network 192.168.2.x have static ip: 10.10.36.x, subnetmark: 255.255.255.0 and the default gateway is 10.10.36.5
I want computer in 192.168.2.x can access to computers in network 10.10.36.x and connect to the internet through computer 10.10.36.5.
So but a computer in network 192.168.2.x can only ping to the ip 10.10.36.5 (but can't access to this computer) can't ping to another computer in network 10.10.36.x (when ping it have reply request time out). So I don't know why and what to to to solve it
swormvn I would suggest you undo the registry change concerning ip forwarding.
set the lan nic to obtain ip automatically.
engage ICS [internet connection sharing]
this should set the lan nic to 192.168.0.1. All lan connected pcs will get 192.168.0.x ips if set to obtain ip automatically.
Since your talking about port forwarding, I am assuming that you want to get into your network from the outside. I do not believe ICS allows this, at least I didn't find it when I was playing around with it. For that, you will need to download some software to do that. I believe the one I used was called Passport.
It's simple so easy to set up, but it's simple so all connections to the port will go to where you point, including outgoing connections.
@Wand3r3r: Thks for reply. I just want config static ip in computer in 192.168.2.x. Maybe I'll try to find out otherway to do this. Anyway thanks you so much.
@Xeneth: Thks Xeneth. Can you upload this software to some host like mediafire.com so I can try this software.
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