HP Teaming

There are three network icons show in the bottom right hand corner on Window server and the network adapters under Network sharing centere is shown as attached file.

Can I say that Team(public) is a virtual adapter where actually traffic is gone through NIC1-Team & NIC3-Team ? It is quite missing in the network icons shown up in Window as I suppose it should show up a one icon - Team(public). Do I missunderstanding anything ?

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Pramod UbheConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Please refer the attached screenshot where you can manage the appearance of those icons.
Ideally you should enable it for Team (Public) and disable for NIC1-Team & NIC3-Team so that you can see the only NIC used by server for network communication.
(NIC1-Team & NIC3-Team only communicates with Team (Public) over HP teaming protocol )
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Pramod UbheCommented:
Yes you are correct, Team (Public) is the virtual adapter created by teaming software and you need to configure IP on it. NIC1-Team & NIC3-Team sends the traffic to Team (Public) virtual NIC.
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AXISHKAuthor Commented:
So, under Window server, three icons are shown up instead of one. Is that correct ... that is very confusing ?

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Pramod UbheCommented:
Are you referring the icons those appears in task bar at lower right corner near clock?
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AXISHKAuthor Commented:
Yes.
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