I have 2 network cards in my system...
1 for my LAN and the other for my cable modem.
The 3COM Etherlink III 100Mbit is for the LAN. while the 3COM Etherlink XL 10Mbit is for the cable modem.
Both networks cards are configured for IPX, Netbeui, and TCP/IP.
Whenever I try to host a multiplayer game session (or any server), no-one can connect because the LAN card seems to come first. That is it's IP address is on top and any server software binds itself only to that IP address. But If I remove the TCP/IP protocol for the Cable Modem Network card, then re-add it (and dont reboot), it works fine, the server software binds to that IP address.
If I reboot, I have to go thru that step again. If there a configuration file or a way to have the cable modem network card's IP be the one on top. (I do need the TCP/IP protocol for my LAN).. I am using Windows 98.
Any suggestions, help will be most greatful...
[This message has been edited by Darth Vader (edited 04-28-99).]
go to network properties and go to bindings.. and then reorder your protocol stacks.. for which one you want first for which adapter.
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