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Multiple NIC Cards in Win2K (#326)
Posted: 6/21/2002; 8:03 AM by Clark Venable
Modified: 6/21/2002; 8:03 AM by Clark Venable
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I'm installing Conversant on a Win2k server with three nic cards. The installer seems to be assuming I'm using the primary one when I'm not.

Help.

Re: Multiple NIC Cards in Win2K (#327)
Posted: 6/21/2002; 8:56 AM by Seth Dillingham
Modified: 6/21/2002; 8:56 AM by Seth Dillingham
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On 6/21/02, Clark Venable said:

>I'm installing Conversant on a Win2k server with three nic cards. 
>The installer seems to be assuming I'm using the primary one when I'm
>not.

Please explain "seems to be assuming".

Seth

Re: Multiple NIC Cards in Win2K (#328)
Posted: 6/21/2002; 9:54 AM by Clark Venable
Modified: 6/21/2002; 9:54 AM by Clark Venable
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I need to figure out how to install Radio so that it listens on one of the non-default NIC's, then try the Conversant installation again.

Clark

Re: Multiple NIC Cards in Win2K (#329)
Posted: 6/21/2002; 11:38 AM by Clark Venable
Modified: 6/21/2002; 11:38 AM by Clark Venable
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The instructions for turning off socket pooling in Windows 2000 are here. Still can't get Radio to answer on the right IP, even after adding the IP line, but I'm workin' on it.
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