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comment Error 619 when trying to connect with Windows VPN client
Based on your new findings, I'm now confident it's something to do with missing features in Home. I wouldn't know which one for sure, though. However, on a broader picture, it's definitely some networking function. Kudos for finding a work around. I guess it's not worth looking any further now that you got it working.
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answered Error 619 when trying to connect with Windows VPN client
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comment I have two networks in the office with their own IP ranges. I need to see them both from my computer
Yea, the thing is I cannot add another NIC on Computer One right now. I would do it as an last resort though whenever I am able to. Hence my research on a solution using existing systems in place.
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comment I have two networks in the office with their own IP ranges. I need to see them both from my computer
Thanks Bacon. I was doing part of what you suggested and failing to see the Computer Two. I was missing the DNS when adding the second IP. Also, I kept trying to access it using the hostname and simply forgot that I could also use the IP. Noob, I am. It seems to work for now. I'll test it thoroughly on my development environment before applying the settings on production. I'll get back to you later.
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comment I have two networks in the office with their own IP ranges. I need to see them both from my computer
@DavidSchwartz Yes, the common switch goes into the modem/router
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comment I have two networks in the office with their own IP ranges. I need to see them both from my computer
The switch is connected to a modem router that assigns the IP addresses on network one and this network has internet access. Network Two is not allowed internet access for obvious reasons being a POS environment. Computer One needs to communicate with Computer to access shared folders and for other reasons. I am happy to set a fixed IP on Computer One if the solutions calls for it.
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comment I have two networks in the office with their own IP ranges. I need to see them both from my computer
@DanielRHicks Yes, but how? I heard that we can have two IP addresses on one NIC? Also, I cannot put another NIC on Computer One.
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comment I have two networks in the office with their own IP ranges. I need to see them both from my computer
@Bacon Yes, they are. Infact on the same switch as well.
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