Win7: Sharing ICS with multiple NICs - Super User © superuser.commost recent 30 from superuser.com2018-01-21T06:54:26Zhttp://superuser.com.xemphimonlines.com/feeds/question/1285042http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/rdf http://superuser.com.xemphimonlines.com/q/12850420Win7: Sharing ICS with multiple NICs © superuser.comdreamermanhttp://superuser.com.xemphimonlines.com/users/2431042018-01-12T22:51:29Z2018-01-12T22:51:29Z<p>I am testing a spare machine that have 3 NICs and installed with Win7 Ultimate x64. I am using a pfsense box that sits between my modem and the rest of my home network. The objective of my test is to see if I can replace my pfsense box with a Win7 box. I am horrible at using pfsense as I find it very hard to learn how to use it properly.So far I am able to use 2 NICs - one NIC 192.168.3.1 (LAN) and the other 192.168.2.3 (WAN). This way, machines in 192.168.3.x range can access internet. I want to create another network (say 10.10.10.1) using the 3rd NIC and able to access internet. I tried to use ICS but ICS only allows me to select one but not both interfaces. Is there a way to make ICS adopt 2 NICs so that 192.168.3.1 and 10.10.10.1 can access internet? Or any other methods? Thanks. </p>