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  • WAN & LAN Binding

    Ok Here's my new problem.....

    I Have windows Server 2008 Enterprise DL580 G5 20GB Ram 8 73GB SCSI 2 NIC

    i have managed the entire migration to the point where i now have one network card for LAN and 1 for WAN unfortunatley the WAN network adapter is being detected as part of my domain.local which is screwing up my routing and SMTP

    I Can have SMTP working if RRAS is disabled but as soon as i enable RRAS its blocking SMTP traffic.

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    Re: WAN & LAN Binding

    Go to the DNS tab in the advanced properties of TCP/IP on the WAN NIC and unselect the "Register this connections addresses in DNS" check box. (I'm assuming that's what you mean when you say: the WAN network adapter is being detected as part of my domain.local)

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    • #3
      Re: WAN & LAN Binding

      yes whenever i go into network connections i can see my 2 NIC's but they both say mydomain.local so it is putting a stop to the email coming into exchange

      are you allowed to post links to screenshots and ill show you exactly what i mean?
      Last edited by Nizzy; 25th March 2008, 20:15.

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      • #4
        Re: WAN & LAN Binding

        i think this is what joe means. this is in vista (no 2008 box handy), but same concept... just uncheck the circled box
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        • #5
          Re: WAN & LAN Binding

          yeh i get that i have unticked it but nothing seems to have changed ill attach a screenshot now i know its allowed lol

          As you will see below in The Network Connections Window Both Nics have Test.local in them which i didnt think was correct and if you look at network and sharing it has both networks under test.local

          Last edited by Nizzy; 25th March 2008, 20:52.

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          • #6
            Re: WAN & LAN Binding

            well i have figured it out myself and it has absolutely nothing to do with Network cards binding

            I set up the server again today for testing and took of NPS just to trial it and see if it worked and guess what I Could telnet onto the server no problem so i installed NPS again and i could not telnet onto the server so it turns out oops i should have done a little more research into NPS before i bothered everyone.

            Thanks for the replies and the help anyway greatly appreciated

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            • #7
              Re: WAN & LAN Binding

              it seems that as soon as i configure RRAS SMTP (Telnet) stops workin and then as soon as i disable RRAS SMTP (Telnet) is working fine again.

              Any suggestions

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