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If I have a Windows 2003 server with 2 nics on different ip segments what determines which ones takes over the default route when I do a route print command.

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If I have a Windows 2003 server with 2 nics on different ip segments what determines which ones takes over the default route when I do a route print command.


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Only one of the NICs should have a default gateway configured and that is the one that will be used to reach networks not on either of the NICs.  If you have configured default gateways on both NICs then that is intended to be used for redundancy, not for general routing.
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