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Change the binding order of Network Adapters

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Created by //Ricardo Mendoza\\, last modified by Harry Griffiths on Dec 11, 2017

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Overview

This articles describes how to change the binding order of Network Adapters used by NPM.

Environment

  • All NPM versions
  • Windows Server 2003 and later

Steps

  1. Click Start > Run > type ncpa.cpl > then click OK.
    The available connections are shown in the LAN and High-Speed Internet section of the Network Connection window.
  2. On the Advanced tab, click Advanced Settings and then click the Adapters and Bindings tab.
  3. In the Connections area, select the connection that needs to be moved up in the list. Use the arrow buttons to move the connection.

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Notes:

  • The Adapters and Bindings tab lists the connections in order in which the connections are accessed by network services. The order of these connections reflects the order in which TCP/IP or the next available protocol is bound to the network adapters. The bindings for remote access connections apply to all remote access connections.
  • The Provider Order tab lists the network providers for this computer. You can use the arrow buttons to change the order in which these providers are accessed. You can arrange the order in which the computer accesses information about the network. Providers and other connections are accessed in the order in which the providers and the connections are listed.

 

Additionally, you may need to go to properties of the NIC. Select TCP/IPV4 and properties.

Uncheck automatic metric and put a 1 there.

After restarting Orion module engine, the correct IP address should appear in the engines table.

 

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