Angel J Ayala 30.Mar.11 03:35 PM a Web browser Notes Client 7.0.2 FP1 Windows 2003; Windows 2000; Windows XP
I've searched high and low for an answer to this but this answer eludes me and I'm sure there is a relatively simple fix that I am just not able to recall.
Scenario: I have a machine running a Windows Server OS (Server 2003) that has 2 NIC's in it. Onto this machine was installed a single-user installation of the Notes client for one particular individual. The 2 nic's are for 2 completely different TCPIP networks, and they connect to 2 very different switches, and there is no overlap from one nic to the other. The machine is a double-duty system which ties to a plant monitoring system on a dedicated network via one NIC, and to the internet and our Lotus Domino systems via another. The NIC for Lotus Notes goes from its switch to a router and then to the outside world. The plant network is not setup with a WAN link anywhere. Further, the Notes NIC IP addy is assigned via DHCP, whereas the plant NIC is a static IP. Also, these NICs are on two entirely different networks, IP ranges and subnets.
I am trying to ensure that the person using the Lotus Notes client always uses a specific network adapter, and not the one that has no NRPC traffic on it whatsoever. Is there an easy way to accomplish this? Something that doesn't involve shutting down, or hardware profiles is preferable, but I need to know regardless.
Please let me know, and thanks for your answers in advance.