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Old 06-22-2004, 02:59 PM   #1
p4ocer
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Exclamation When using Knoppix, I need to bridge the 2 nics together!


Hello all- Sorry to bother u with such a noob ?, but recently my hdd died in a wondows machine so until i replace the hdd i wanted to have it fold for me.

Well i only had one available port on my router, for 2 machines. IU have 2 nics in my knoppix machine...all i need to do is bridge em together so the secnd one can leech the internet off of the knoppix one.
Plz help.

BTW the other machine is an xp machine...hope that wont be a problem besides the fact that its M$
 
  


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