|Chad Vogelsong on 16 Dec 2006 04:14:11 -0000|
It might be the first one that is in your /etc/hosts file as pointing to the computer name. Especially if all the IP's resolve to the same hostname.
127.0.0.1 localhost.localdomain localhost 192.168.1.2 server.host.com server 192.168.1.1 server.host.com server 192.168.1.3 " " .4 "
The server may send packets from .2 because it's first.
Just a thought anyway. I'm not sure by a long shot.
Marc Zucchelli wrote:
I have a server with 5 ip addresses assigned to it. When I make a connection outbound, the source ip address that is used to connect to the remote server is my second ip address. Why is it that one, and how can I change that?
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