Is there a relationship between the network adapter binding order and route table metric on Windows Server 2008 or 2012
I was told that the binding order is related to the routing metrics in the route table, such that interfaces with a higher binding order will have lower routing metrics (i.e. be more preferred)
I checked on a couple of windows 2008 / 2012 boxes but I can't see any relation, nor can I understand why the two should be related at all? Routing metric is a cost associated with following a particular network route, whereas binding order (in my understanding) is where network services will prefer to attach themselves to first?