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Old 13-01-2007
whanchett@gmail.com
 
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nic teaming

If i currently have 2 nics on 1 server with different ips and team them
together to have one ip address ( both on same switch) will this cause
problems? also i cant find out how to team the two nics they are both
intel 1000 mt nics

please help multiple dns entries causing me problems (this is on a dc
running windows sever standard 2003


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Old 13-01-2007
myweb
 
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Re: nic teaming

Hello whanchett@gmail.com,

Depends on your hardware. Not every NIC supports teaming. Whats your server
hardware? Have you checked the vendor website. E.g. Hp has special teaming
software.

Best regards

myweb
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> If i currently have 2 nics on 1 server with different ips and team
> them together to have one ip address ( both on same switch) will this
> cause problems? also i cant find out how to team the two nics they are
> both intel 1000 mt nics
>
> please help multiple dns entries causing me problems (this is on a dc
> running windows sever standard 2003
>



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Old 15-01-2007
Headbolt
 
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Re: nic teaming

You need to download the latest full INTEL driver set, then you use device
manager ( which will then have extra property tabs ) and you can set up
teaming, You MUST do this from the console or a VNC session, if you do it
from an RDP session it will mess up, it's a well known bug.

Make sure your switch supports teaming and that the feature is enabled
though


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> If i currently have 2 nics on 1 server with different ips and team them
> together to have one ip address ( both on same switch) will this cause
> problems? also i cant find out how to team the two nics they are both
> intel 1000 mt nics
>
> please help multiple dns entries causing me problems (this is on a dc
> running windows sever standard 2003
>



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