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For all you networking experts, a quick question.

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by angelas111, Aug 20, 2009.

  1. angelas111

    angelas111 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    okay. i have 3 computers. all three will have their own separate dsl line and modem/router. i use these for craigslist posting purposes. only 2 will be posting. i like to check in on my computers when i am at work and make sure they are posting correctly. the problem is the software i am using (cladgenius) resets my modems every few minutes and seems to prevent me from connecting to them remotely from logmein.com. most of the time it says they are offline.

    my question is, can i also have these computers connect wirelessly ( i have wireless network adapters) to my main one on a separate network at the same time of being hooked up to their own dsl modem/router? can i have 2 simultaneous network connections on one computer? so this way i can connect to them regardless if the modem is resetting all the time. the modem on the main one will not be resetting.

    this would be freaking awesome if i could do this.
     
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    Well what you can do is set static IPs and remote desktop on the ones u want to check on, or if u want u can hack neighbors wlan, any way pm me if u need more help. if you have 2 SEPERATE subscriptions to internet, then it can be done, but if u only have 1 subscription connecting wirelessly won't help what you are trying to do. Anyway, if you need help on anything I said up there just PM me :0
     
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    depends on what your are running xp pro, vista and win 7 are all capable of supporting multiple network cards. so there is no reason why you couldn't just slap wireless card in your two boxes hook it into your wireless router and call it a day. However, youll want to establish static IPs on both wireless cards and enable IP forwarding of the appropriate ports
     
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    Yes i agree totally with IamNomad This can be quite easily done. One other suggestion I would give is to use ultravnc as it is capable of connections on both vista and xp. Plus its free!
     
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    But if his modem ( gateway to all the internet ) resets every few minutes or w/e why would that help? That would distrubt anything you do via lan or the internet.. I suggest you figure out another way to reset your modem... Like do it via windows not the hardware ( resetting modem ) you can prolly just lets say assign a bull IP then set it back to dynamic. Or if you want, I can sell you 2 Windows VPS at very cheap prices and you wont need to waste power and shitz... My dedi is quad core 16 GB ram soo :p
     
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    each one has its own internet service. i can access the main one at all times. i am trying to figure out if i can have those on the network of the main one as well as their own internet connections.
     
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    Sharing an internet connection is IMPOSSIBLE ( more than 1 connection to 1 PC ), the only thing i can think of is using a PC as a gateway to all 3, but that'd be stupid, and would only be usefull as a firewall... So you are saying you have 3 computers, and have 3 seperate internet subscriptions?
     
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    3 computers with 3 different connections to the internet. maybe i can set the program to stop at a certain hour everyday and then i can connect. but it does something to logmein that makes it difficult.
     
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    teamview , if you setup teamview to start with the windows and you create here an password :) will can connect remotely to the computers even if the ips will change
     
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    sounds like you may want to read about hamachi
     
  11. ZenooneZ

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    What are you talking about? It isn't impossible at all. With different network cards you can attach two different network connections to 1 computer. However, the easiest way to do this is to have dsl or cable with multiple IP addresses available to your connection. That way you set one, your automated VM to operate through your dynamic dsl and the other set to a static IP through dsl or cable.