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SQL server listening on 127.0.0.1:1433 only, and not on all the IP addresses on the server

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I have this server which has two public IP addresses. Its a windows 2000 server with SQL 2000 on it We changed the NIC on it yesterday since it was having problems. Now, the clients cannot connect to  the server. I tried doing a telnet to the IP addresss on the server itself , but it wont connect. When i checked the error log, I saw this - SQL server listening on 127.0.0.1:1433. The error log of yesterday had the other two IP addresses as well. How do i get the server to listen on those two as well. PLease help.

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by:arbert
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This should be automatic as long as the NICs are configured properly in Windows.  Are the cards using DHCP or Fixed IPs?

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Please do not tell me this is a cluster...
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=244980

Have you configured the server network utility with the new ip addresses ? and then restarted the server (if not a cluster... ?)

Have you changed it to a NIC address on the same subnet as your clients and are the settings correct / gateway etc...?

What happens if you run : (in a command shell) - ipconfig -all
do all your network interfaces register your new ip addressses ?
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I would hope a cluster wouldn't have two EXTERNAL addresses :)
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Thanks to all who responded. No, this is not a cluster. Its a stand alone server. I restarted the SQL server services and the binkds are fine now. I notice this error now , Failed to obtain TransactionDispenserInterface: Result Code = 0x8004d01b. Not sure what this is . Can someone explain ?
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This is normal if you don't have Distributed Transaction Coordinator running...
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