I'm the IT guy at my job and I have dual NICs in my Dell 755. One NIC is connected to my company's corporate domain and is used to access internal sites and the file server (10.160.xx.xx subnet) and the other NIC is used to connect to the corporate network but bypasses the firewall/filtering software (10.1.xx.xx subnet). I'm using a program called ForceBindIP
so that I can make specific programs use specific interfaces. The problem that I'm having is that when both interfaces are enabled Windows seems to get confused as to which DNS to use for which interface. Everything worked fine for a day or so until my co-worker disconnected one of my lines because other people in the office needed it, when I reconnected my line this problem started happening.
If both interfaces are enabled and have the correct IP addresses, web browsing on both browsers linked to their respective interfaces doesn't work because it says that it can't resolve domain names to IP addresses, yet if you use IP addresses everything works fine. As soon as one interface is disabled, everything works fine once again. The NICs are assigned the proper DNS addresses (domain NIC uses the doman's DNS server, the outside NIC uses Comcast's DNS).
I've tried reboots and ipconfig release and renew and it doesn't seem to fix the problem. Any other ideas?
This post has been edited by Brando569: 21 March 2013 - 10:42 AM