[THIN] Re: network config comprehension

The key word is DEFAULT. Any address not on the same subnet as one of the
NIC's, must go to a gateway. You set up static routes for specific subnets
that should use a specific NIC. Any address not governed by a static route
will go to the DEFAULT gateway. I would be confused by more than one also.

Raff

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Sent: Friday, December 10, 2004 9:39 AM
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Subject: [THIN] network config comprehension


Can someone explain to me, if you have 2 nic on a server, why you cannot
configure the gateway on both network card?
From what I understand, throught my collegue explanation, Windows
doesn't like it... am I wrong?




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