Realtech RTL8139/810x Family Fast Ethernet NIC

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  1. manasbhatt

    manasbhatt New Member

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    Dear All

    I have installed 2 Realtech RTL8139/810x Family Fast Ethernet NIC cards in my PC. But one of the cards shows that 'Unidentified Public Network'. How to solve the issue?

    Thanks in anticipation.
     
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    Thanks for your reply. Here I give a details of what exactly are my requirements.

    The 1st NIC card is used to connect me to the Internet and the 2nd one is used to share the Internet connection. I can share the net connection using a switch. But in doing so I will not be able to monitor the browsing history of the other connected PCs. Therefore, I prefer to go for sharing the net with a Proxy software (in my case I use ccProxy) which requires one NIC card.
    My 1st NIC card is connecting to the Internet but the 2nd NIC is showing that it is 'Unidentified Public Network'. For which I am unable to share the net connection. Earlier I used to have the same type of sharing using Windows XP SP3 without any trouble. But since I have upgraded to Windows 7 I am facing the problem.
    Please provide me a solution so that I can configure the sharing.
     

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