Directing LAN traffic

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by UltraEGG, Oct 10, 2004.

  1. UltraEGG

    UltraEGG Guest

    Hi all, I have a little bit weired idea. I have 2 Computers and BOTH of them
    have their onboard 100Mbps ethernet adapter and one PCI Gigabit ethernet
    adapter.

    My question is, how could I direct ALL out-going traffic (Internet,
    Downloads, messengers) on the 100Mbps and direct in-bound (local hugh file
    transfer over LAN, through gigabit switch) on the gigabit adapter?

    Is there any setting or any software that can do
    this?

    Many thanks,
    Eric
     
    UltraEGG, Oct 10, 2004
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  2. UltraEGG

    why? Guest

    You are right there, do away with the 100Mbps and use the Gbps only,
    much easier.
    Try and avoid out-in as used above as you say out-going traffic Internet
    but don't mention in-coming Internet :)

    It's LAN/WAN traffic you want to split.
    It's called a router.
    Me
     
    why?, Oct 10, 2004
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