Note This applies only to multi-homed computers.
- Windows Server 2003 adopted the Weak Host Model that is based on RFC 1122. With this model, in a Multiple-Home Environment, packets that have private source IPs could be sent from a public NIC interface. For more information about the Weak Host Model, visit the following Microsoft Web sites:
- Windows Time Service explicitly binds a unique IP address and communicates with servers.
If this problem is encountered, the connection fails. However, immediately after the failure, Win32 Time will change the address bound to the socket and make another connection attempt with this updated IP address. Therefore, as long as the public IP address is available, connections for Windows Time Service will not be interrupted.
Artikel-id: 959119 - Laatst bijgewerkt: 16 apr. 2009 - Revisie: 1