We recently purchased an iSCSI SAN for our datacenter to replace our existing iSCSI SAN. The current SAN uses QLogic Nics to connect while the new one uses Intel x520 Nics.
The server on which we have our AutoCAD licensing running is connected to the current SAN. However after I installed the Intel x520 Nics our licensing stopped working. I disabled the x520s and our AutoCAD users starting getting licenses again.
The New SAN is on a completely separate network from other computers/servers so I can not use the x520s for licensing. I have rearranged the bind order of the Nics so that the connection to the corporate network is first and the connections to the iSCSI SAN are last. The bind order does not make a difference. If the x520s are enabled no one can get a license. Once they are disabled the licensing starts working again.
I have a ticket open with our support but they are unsure if they or Autodesk will be able to help us. They tried to push it back on us claiming it was a networking issue not an Autodesk issue.
The server is running Windows Server 2008 R2 x64 fully patched and we are using v11.7 of the license manager.
Has anyone had a similar issue?