Yep, 1 NIC to the outside, 1 to the inside network

For wireless, I use an ADSL router, but without it being connected to the
internet, and the DHCP is turned off.

The drives are indeed small, andnot mirrored.  The file server part is only
used to exchange data and programs between the different pc's, not to store
essential info.

I know the hardware is very basic, but hey, it's an 8 year old pc after
all...

Best regards,

Peter
2006/12/23, Tom Jedrzejewicz <tomjedrz@xxxxxxxxx>:

On 12/20/06, Peter.Colpaert@xxxxxxxxx <Peter.Colpaert@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> Dan,
>
> When my youngest son got his own new PC 1 and a half years ago, the old
> one (P2 350MHz) was transformed into a server.
>
> I stuck in 2 network cards, 2 HD's of 20GB each and 320MB of Ram.
>
> Then I installed ClarkConnect on it (freebie Home version, can be
> downloaded from http://www.clarkconnect.com ).


I read some on their site, and am curious how you have it setup.
- 1 NIC to the internet and 1 to the inside network?
- do you have wireless for  your home network?  If so, how  do you have it
setup?
- Seems like small drives .. are they mirrored?

Thanks, and Merry Christmas!

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