• Subject: IP Interface binding
  • From: Bleddyn Williams <bleddyn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 7 Dec 1997 11:52:16 -0000
  • Organization: Morpheus Limited

Has anyone any answers to the following.

If you define multiple IP interfaces does anyone know what dictates which 
one will be used. Is it as simple as the last one started will be the one 
which gets used by a service. If that is so has anyone heard if IBM have 
any plans to be able to bind a service to an IP interface. So that If I 
have multiple interfaces on an AS/400 I can tell it which one I want to 
Telnet out on. Or if I use the AS/400 with NC's that I can tell it which 
one to broadcast BOOTP on??? It's great to have multiple interfaces but not 
so great that you cant determine the protocol to run on each one

Thanks Bleddyn

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