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> Because MS would not let you assign a "x.x.x.x/32" netmask to it you will
> end up having two routes pointing into the same net Lets say your machines
> IP is 10.10.10.10 and your MS-Loopback IP is 10.10.10.11 then you will
> have two routes in your routing table both pointing to the 10.0.0.0 net so
> you have to delete the route that is bound to the MS-Loopback adapter
True with Windows NT4. However with Win2000 you can just configure high
metric value for loopback interface. I tried this about year ago with metric
value 254 without problems.
I think you could change netmask to /32 with regedit. Haven't tried that
with WinNT4/2000 tho. I've used that trick with Win98SE and it worked.