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Can you stop a network card updating the routing table on a windows 2003 server
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by:CAGdorf
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Are you just wanting to keep a static route? You can use the route command to set metrics and interfaces. But I don't know about disabling dynamic routing all together.
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by:NSSUK
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I have an issue with an exchnage 2003 box, the routing table only used to show entries from one of the network card now it shows entries for both network cards, one card connects to the internal switch and the other direct to a cisco router for external email.
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I think it would show all if you do a route print without specifying the adapter. It needs to know internal routes as well as external to send/receive e-mail internally and externally.
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