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Adding Multiple IP Address to the Same NIC CARd

Discussion in 'Networking' started by techquery, Jul 28, 2005.

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  1. techquery

    techquery Thread Starter

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    Hi All,

    Tried the following scenario but facing some issues:

    1) Install Windows 2000 server/ Windows 2003 server.
    2) Go to Network Connection and assign IP addres to the system.
    3) Now after assigning one IP address, click on "Advanced" button in the Internet Protocal(TCP/IP) Properties window and add one or two Ip address to the same NIC.
    4) Now save the configuration, and check for the ip address of the system, it will show three ip address for the same system(same NIC).
    5) I have IIS and few applications insatlled.
    6) WHen i try to access the applications using the IP address only one IP resposnds the other two gives me "page not displayed".

    Tried avrious things but nothing worked out.Could anyone give me a solution
     
  2. blin

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    Can you ping it by ip? If not, I would check the firewall first.
     
  3. techquery

    techquery Thread Starter

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    Hi Blin,

    I can ping to those IP address.Firewall is not enabled.For example:

    a) One more thing, i found one more observation, Each time when i browse i am able to access the appilcation with different IP, it keeps changing .

    For ex: if ips are 1.1.1.1,1.1.1.2,1.1.1.3, if once i am able to access using 1.1.1.1 then next time it might be with 1.1.1.2, but at a time i can browse using only one IP.

    No one in my team is able to sort out this issue, it will be great if anyone could help me out with this.

    I am continuning with my R&D, let see how this can be sorted out.
     
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