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Binding TCP/IP to More than One Network Card Returns Error

Article ID: 103822

Article Last Modified on 9/30/2003



APPLIES TO

  • Microsoft LAN Manager 2.2 Standard Edition



This article was previously published under Q103822

SUMMARY

LAN Manager version 2.2 does not permit you to bind TCP/IP to more than one network card. Trying to do so returns an error message under OS/2 and MS- DOS.

MORE INFORMATION

TCP/IP can be bound to only one network card because RFC 1001/1002 compliant components (such as LAN Manager's TINYRFC) can be bound to only one.

LAN Manager version 2.2 can support up to four network cards in a machine; NetBEUI can support up to eight; COMTOKR (Remoteboot) can support up to twelve.

References: LM 2.2 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Additional query words: adapter 2.20 2.10a 2.2 2.1a NIC

Keywords: KB103822