and several Resurce guide/technical Training articles. You might want to
try searching the MS-Technet with 'wins AND multihomed' yourself for
details. There _are_ several improvements with NT 4 for this problems,
but some (registry) configuration is still necessary to play safe.
I didn't say it's impossible, it's just suboptimal. Choose for yourself,
but _I_ think it's always a good idea to keep system config as
simple/safe as possible. So our Wins servers have just one IP-address
and one protocol. (BTW: the master browser too) Makes my live much
Peter A. Sang
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>Gesendet: Mittwoch, 28. Mai 1997 23:10
>Betreff: RE: Does anyone experience browsing network problem?
>On Wednesday, May 28, 1997 4:16 PM, Peter A. Sang [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>> Please let me add that it's a bad idea to run either WINS or the primary
>> browser on a multihomed server (=multiple IPs or network cards). For
>> details have a look @ MSKB.
>> cu, Peter
>> Peter A. Sang
>> SANG Computersysteme GmbH * Kruppstr. 82-100 * 45145 Essen * Germany
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>> * Microsoft Solution Provider * Intel Systems Integrator *
>Do you happen to know the KB article #? I've been running WINS on
>multihomed servers for quite some time with no problems. Could you shead
>some light on why it's a bad idea and what the problems may be. This info
>would be greatly appreciated.
>Thanks is advance
>Kurt A. Butzin, DDS
>Molarnet Technologies, Inc. (An Internet Solutions Provider)
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