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2003 server multiple default gateways

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#1 whitewayc


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Posted 06 May 2011 - 04:45 AM

I am using 2003 server as a ftp server with 2 network cards. 1 is configured to our internal LAN the other allows access to the outside world and is used to post files to the ftp server. My problem is that quite often the network card pointing to the outside world stops accepting traffic. The card is enabled and can be pinged but the only way I can get it to accept traffic again is to disable it and re-enable it.

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