Originally posted by lbduballstrs
One of the developers that I work with is doing some testing with a server. He has about 15 IP's on the card now and it was working fine until he just added a few more . The network traffic is just starting to act a little funny. I didn't know if their was a limit to how many IP's a NIC can handle at a time.
Umm..you can have as many IP assigned to one interface as you want but only one is used and that's the first one on the top of the lines. Check the TCP/IP advanced properties. I don't see why you need 15 IP assigned to one network interface anyways.
I'm not saying you can't, but when you're doing things like clustering or load balancing you can have multiple NIC and IP bind to a single IP for ease of management.