[windows2000] Re: IP addresses

  • From: "Costanzo, Ray" <rcostanzo@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 9 Oct 2003 09:50:56 -0400

What do you mean?  When you are on the server using IE, you are seen as
having different IPs?

When you have multiple IPs on a single NIC in W2K, all outgoing requests
are made through the primary IP.  You can't change that, iirc.  So, if
you go to a site like www.showmyip.com, you should always see your
primary IP.  If you don't, please let me know how you did this in W2K!
I believe in 2003, there is a way to control which IP is used for
outgoing requests.

Ray at work-

----Original Message-----
From: Bill Beckett [mailto:Bill.Beckett@xxxxxxxxxx] 

I have a W2K server running IIS5. This box has 3 IP addresses, one of
which I have opened up to the outside. If I open IE it will go out to
the internet sometimes, therefore I'm guessing that sometimes it happens
to use the address I opened up and sometimes it uses an address which I
have not opened up.
My question, is there a way to force the server to use one IP address
when going out to the internet?

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