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Hey,

I currently ahve a computer in my room with the a8n-sli premium. I recently purchased a KVM switch so i could connect another computer in my room. The internet to my room is already routed to multiple computers. I was wondering, since thre is 2 NIC cards in the a8n-sli premium motherboard could i connect one port to the internet and one port to the other computer. Well, this didnt work. But is thre a way to do it with out running another internet line/routing a router. I inatially got this idea from asus's site when about my mother baord it said.

" Dual Gigabit LAN & AI NET2

The integrated dual Gigabit LAN design allows a PC to serve as a network gateway for managing traffic between two separate networks. This capability ensures rapid transfer of data from WAN to LAN without any added arbitration or latency.

ASUS AI NET2 remotely detects cable connection the second you turn on the system, and any faulty connections are reported back up to 100 meters at 1 meter accuracy.

"

http://asus.com/products.aspx?l1=3&l2=...amp;modelmenu=1

Thanks,

Sean

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Hey,

I currently ahve a computer in my room with the a8n-sli premium. I recently purchased a KVM switch so i could connect another computer in my room. The internet to my room is already routed to multiple computers. I was wondering, since thre is 2 NIC cards in the a8n-sli premium motherboard could i connect one port to the internet and one port to the other computer. Well, this didnt work. But is thre a way to do it with out running another internet line/routing a router. I inatially got this idea from asus's site when about my mother baord it said.

" Dual Gigabit LAN & AI NET2

The integrated dual Gigabit LAN design allows a PC to serve as a network gateway for managing traffic between two separate networks. This capability ensures rapid transfer of data from WAN to LAN without any added arbitration or latency.

ASUS AI NET2 remotely detects cable connection the second you turn on the system, and any faulty connections are reported back up to 100 meters at 1 meter accuracy.

"

http://asus.com/products.aspx?l1=3&l2=...amp;modelmenu=1

Thanks,

Sean

Actually Nevermind, i just relized i had to share teh connection. and bam. iit worked

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Hey,

I currently ahve a computer in my room with the a8n-sli premium. I recently purchased a KVM switch so i could connect another computer in my room. The internet to my room is already routed to multiple computers. I was wondering, since thre is 2 NIC cards in the a8n-sli premium motherboard could i connect one port to the internet and one port to the other computer. Well, this didnt work. But is thre a way to do it with out running another internet line/routing a router. I inatially got this idea from asus's site when about my mother baord it said.

" Dual Gigabit LAN & AI NET2

The integrated dual Gigabit LAN design allows a PC to serve as a network gateway for managing traffic between two separate networks. This capability ensures rapid transfer of data from WAN to LAN without any added arbitration or latency.

ASUS AI NET2 remotely detects cable connection the second you turn on the system, and any faulty connections are reported back up to 100 meters at 1 meter accuracy.

"

http://asus.com/products.aspx?l1=3&l2=...amp;modelmenu=1

Thanks,

Sean

Actually Nevermind, i just relized i had to share teh connection. and bam. iit worked

Cool. Glad you got it working. Welcome to Besttechie.net! :matrix:

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