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Question.Net Remoting with multiple NICs PinmemberMehdi_S11-Nov-12 22:31 
During my implementation for a client/server application I encountered the follwing problem:
 
Let's say we have a client application C which is the remoting client and that connect to a Server application S which is the remoting server.
C has two NICs which are both activated.

The problem is when both cards are activated, the client application C is having a hard time establishing a connection with the remoting server S. It seems that the client cannot detect what card to use. Whenever we disable one card, Everything works fine.

Some sites adviced to configure the "bind to" attribute but it does not work.
 
Note that when running both application on the same machine, no problem occurs. This occurs only when the client and server application are run in different machines.

Does anyone know how to correct this?

Thanks in advance.
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