We have a terminal srever running Windows Server 2008 with multiple NICs. Equipment being monitored feed 2 switches that run their aggregates into two of 5 NIC cards (well call then NIC 2 and 3), then I have set up a 3rd NIC (nicknamed NIC 1) for our local network access. Our local network is on our own VLAN, so all firewalls are turned off. I can ping from other terminals on the network to NIC #1 but not to the other NICs. Of course I can ping everything from the server. We are using static IPs. I have tried setting everything up on the same subnet / subnet mask, different subnet / same subnet mask but neither worked. I tried to bridge the devices, but had other issues that prevented me from getting an accurate result. I am using IPs of 10.1.1.X for the network and 10.1.93.X for the equipment (although, like I said, I tried making everything the same subnet to no avail), and a subnet mask of 255.0.0.0. My question is, am I on the right track with bridging, or do I need to team them? Honestly, a step-by-step guide would be very helpful.