sudden network problem with "bridge" "bridging"

sudden network problem with "bridge" "bridging"

Post by saber13812 » Wed, 12 Oct 2005 16:35:59


i have two connection in my pc in LAN.
switch is D-Link
Network card
100mbps 192.168.1.12
10 mbps 192.168.1.11
i select both of them and right click "bridge connections"
my switch and my lan Asleep.
ping not work 1/50 replied.
i think follow thw concept of Bridge :

when i bridge that 2 connection with together , my lan apart two part
on what logically reason?
therefor the result of bridge is:
connect two network by low back bone speed.
and not allow to broadcast massages.
 
 
 

sudden network problem with "bridge" "bridging"

Post by Steve Wino » Thu, 13 Oct 2005 13:21:38

In article < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >,


Connecting two network adapters to the same network has no benefit and
can cause problems. Remove the network bridge. Choose one adapter
(probably the 100mbps one) and disconnect the other one.

The network bridge is designed to combine two or more separate
physical networks (e.g. wired and wireless) together. I've written a
web page with more information:

XP ICS - Network Bridge
http://www.yqcomputer.com/
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