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August 3, 2007, 4:53 pm
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nic2 is not (public IP)
The remote server is on the same lan with the PC, but putty always
tries to use the public IP, which fails - the server doesn't allow it.
If I disable nic2, putty uses nic1 and everything works fine.
How can I bind putty to always use nic1?
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