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Windows Multiple Gateways issue

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I have two network adapters on my win 2k3 server.
both the adapters have gateways configured. my problem is I am trying to ping first NIC's IP from a different machine. I am getting reply through second NIC card.

i.e windows is not replying to ICMP echo recieved on an interface through same interface. it is sending resposne through other interface(because other NIC's gateway less metric).

I know that I can avoid this situation through static routes.

but, is there any tweak to make windows to send back the replies on same interface through which request was recieved?

thanks
Manoj
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      Hi manoj
        Please inform me about the current status of your issue

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by:ManojKreddy
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Husy,

Thanks for you message. I had it working.
sorry for the late reply.

thanks
Manoj
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