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If i have two network interface cars on my pc, like a wireless and LAN and i want to send data from wireless to LAN over the network, then tell me how can i do it.

I think i have to do something with route print commands or something.

I want to know how to do this so that they are actually send over the network and not locally transferred

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Open up the network and sharing center, go to change adaptor settings, select both network cards, then right click on one of them and click bridge connections

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If the WLAN has a separate network address to the wired LAN, won't Sara need routing not bridging? – RedGrittyBrick Jan 25 '12 at 15:58
you are right @RedGrittyBrick, it was a totally wrong answer but i selected in order to get myself some points – Sara Oct 23 '12 at 14:34

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