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Is the client attempting to connect on the correct network interface?

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i am reading about: Is the client attempting to connect on the correct network interface?
On a server with more than one network interface, SQL Server might not be configured to accept connections on all of them. You can verify which network interfaces a Database Engine instance is configured to use through SQL Server Configuration Manager. If an instance is not listening on all of a server’s network interfaces, verify that the client is attempting to connect to an interface being used by SQL Server.

what's the mean?
network interface
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lcohanDatabase AnalystCommented:
NIC card.
Lot more details about how to check/fix connectivity issues can be found at link below:

https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/docast/2014/10/24/tips-and-tricks-to-fix-sql-connectivity-issues/


And also you can use the Resource Monitor - Networking tab to see all traffic including SQL.
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