Dual Network conteions from Pc to router issue

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Mr Bloody369

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I hooked up two cats 6a to my router to reduce ping and lage when working and gaming...

Is their a slandered to having to set it up a section way to get it to work correctly 1 send 1 receive only?

because the issue is pc now has muti Ip addy's which is causing issue's with running voice server's ext, and i see alote of lag when on internet and such now.

pc info.
I7 920 cpu, 3 gig's ddr3 tri-chennel, msi eclipse moby, running xp home 32 bit atm, 320main hdd sata(maxter), storige 1 ter esata(sea gate).
Router linksys/cisico wrt54g2 v1 with lates firmware updated.4
 
Midknyte

Midknyte

Caffeine Fiend
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the issue is pc now has muti Ip addy's
You can't just shotgun the connections like that. You would need to use something like Dual-Net for Nvidia chipsets. I haven't seen that done with Realtek chips.

I don't see why you need 2 Gigabit lines for Internet gaming, since even Fast Ethernet is way more than what your ISP provides.
 
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Mr Bloody369

New Member
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I don't see why you need 2 Gigabit lines for Internet gaming, since even Fast Ethernet is way more than what your ISP provides.
I run mutilate torrents and ftp uploads and downloads at fast 1~3mb/s each connection to my work server's why I game.. the fun of working for 14 hours days got to keep your self awake some how. Also same time as doing all I like streaming netflex usually get hd streams with no issue but not any more...

Any way idea to get it to work how i need it
 
Midknyte

Midknyte

Caffeine Fiend
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Using 2 ethernet connections will not help if you are bottlenecked by the router and/or modem. Just because you use 2 ethernet lines to your router, the modem is the limiting factor. You can't get more than what your ISP provides. I'm not sure how to explain it any clearer.
 

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