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Multi-homing with RH7.0

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I have two NICs in a Samba server, and I want to use them in multi-homing.  I changed /etc/host.conf to add the 'multi on' option.  I've also added the IPs to both NICs pointing to the same domain name on the DNS server.  Is there anything else I need to do?  

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Anand
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you need to set the interfaces parameter in the smb.conf to the IP (and netmask) of your NICs, see man smb.conf
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