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3 computers 1 connecting to net twice ?? ie 4 connecting out ?? Help ? plz

Discussion in 'Networking' started by redfire, Jan 20, 2007.

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  1. redfire

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    Hi i am wondering if anyone can help me I have 3 computers running 2 of which are on Lan mine being thje one that connects direct to the internet.For some unknown reason one of the computers is connecting via lan at 100mbps then another set of tele screens comes up at the same time saying connected at 7.7mbps( which looks like a direct connection to net using my connection for f2s ) when runnigng our server for games on this comp it shows on the other comp thats its on twice??? but not on mine i have looked thru all the internet connection settings but cannot see where the fault might be.Can anyone help in theory i am thinking this will cause lag on our line for game playing for others when they join as the server is in fact running out both lines at the same time from the same computer .If anyone could help I will be most grateful

    Windows xp Professional
    Intel
    Celeron 2.80GHz
    760mb Ram
     
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