does that issue (2 nics on same subnet) apply to linux, unix, windows,
etc. as well? or is it a netware thing?
thanks.

Andy Thompson (SysOp) wrote:

> BP wrote:
>
>> NW 6.5 SBS SP3
>>
>> This is an HP ML350 with an embedded NIC and a second Intel NIC.
>> Basically everything loads up fine with the HP NIC set as the
>> Primary/Default. Addresses are (HP) 192.168.168.100 255.255.255.0 and
>> the Intel 192.168.168.101 255.255.255.0 The Intel NIC is going to be
>> used to provide a dedicated link to a Caminosoft Standby Server.
>> Presumeably the two servers will need to connect to each other...

>
>
> You can't have two NICs on the same subnet in the server. Bind the
> intel to 192.168.169.x or another valid subnet.
>