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Windows 7: Multiple IP & Domain Problem.

28 Feb 2010   #11

Windows 7
windows 7 network

What mask are you using on each of these computer, both windows 7 or otherwise? You need to have a mask of on all computers and the router for the network to allow every computer to be seen. This will allow all the addresses I have seen in your list through.

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28 Feb 2010   #12

W7 Ultimate 64bit W7 Premium 64bit W7 Premium 32bit WXP Home 32bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by CidiRome View Post
Hi there.

There is a default Gateway and it is the ip of the domain controler.

This must be some king of bug on the Windows 7 domain client implementation, since it didn't happen on windows XP. Don't know about Vista since it wasn't even a subject for testing in my opinion.

Best regards.
Your primary address has a default gateway but your secondary address doesn't.

I'm not convinced that it's a bug in W7. Most likely a different way of handling domains, but not necessarily a bug.

By some chance have you have IPV5 still enabled?
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07 Sep 2010   #13

Windows 7 Pro 32 bit
Any further thoughts on this?

I have had this issue since day one of deployment of windows 7, here's my findings...
Domain connection is lost upon reboot of PC or disconnection and reconnection of nic. The issue, in my case, is resolved by changing the subnet mask of the secondary IP address from to, and back again upon another reboot. Frankly this solution sucks and I would love to find a more user friendly approach
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