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    Heloo sirs,

    please check the attached image to see the actual picture of my internet connection.

    My problem is, how i can make all these pcs in a LAN. Now it is two seperate work group.

    i am using 20 static ip addresses which provided by my isp.

    please help me..thanks in advance

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    Sorry, I don't see an image anymore? Maybe repost it. I could only imagine it happened after OSC changed the site.

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    Helo partie,

    Thank you for your response... i am attaching the circuit diagram again.

    thanks!

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    IF i see that image correctly Router 1 and 2 go into the same Switch. If your IP Block is the same as it seems it is.. 83.110.XXX.XX - 83.110.XXX.XX (with 20 IP addresses). I'm just curious as to why you have 2 links from your ISP and what model switch this is. I could only imagine these IP's are statically set on each PC and not running through any kind of DHCP to serve them out so then if that's the case, I don't see why you can't just have them join the same workgroup instead of 2 different ones. Especially if your subnets are the same, which again I could only imagine are.

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