0.0.0.0 for DNS server IP address in DNS/DHCP console
In DNS/DHCP management console I have a red X accross the DNS server
object which doesn't go away and it shows 0.0.0.0 in the DNS Server IP
Address field instead of actuall DNS server IP address. How can I edit
it and change it to the correct server IP address?
Any help would be appreciated
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Has your problem been resolved? If not...move a netware 6.0 dns and dhcp server to a netware 6.5 dns and dhcp server
would appreciate if someone can step me through how to achieve above. I
have checked all Novell tid and discussion forum and could not find steps
referring to moving both dns and dhcp servers from a netware 6.0 sp4 server
and to netware 6.5 sp4 server.
In article <a4k8g.4419$U_.firstname.lastname@example.org>, Wai Meng CHU
> could not find steps
> referring to moving both dns and dhcp servers from a netware 6.0 sp4 server
> and to netware 6.5 sp4 server.
That's because it's the same as long as you're moving from NW 5.0 ...POA shows old ip address for client/server ip address
i just upgraded groupwise from 5.5 to 6.5 Clients cannot access via
tcp/ip even though its setup with the correct ip address in console
when looking at the poa log file at the server, it gives the old
address instead of the current ip address. I cannot find that old ip
address in any settings, or is there another problem that is keeping
from accessing via the client using tcp/ip.
Have you checked the POA startup file? Settings in there for the
and port override anything put into consoleone.
<email@example.com...IP Addressing question
It seems to me that this is an elementary TCP-IP networking question.
I must have skipped class for a baseball game that day <g>.
I have two networks connected via VPN (watchguard) at two offices:
We can communicate over the tunnel between the two networks without
However, what I want to do now is to set up a new computer for the
branch (2.x) network, but I want to do it *here* in the Pittsburgh
Unfortunately, it doesn't work. If I give the server an IP addres...Catch IP Address of Local Machine Insted of Server IP Address where the application is deployed at
I have a survey that will be sent to all the users across a group, This survey application is deployed on webserver and that link will be sent to all the group members.Right now it was capturing the IP Address of server for all members in group , insted i need each members Local machine IP Address to be sent the database via server.
I tried using the following two requests but all they are doing is capturing the server ip address:
String clientName = Request.ServerVariables["LOGON_USER"];
String clientName = Request.ServerVariables["REMOTE_ADD...Query: DHCP Server and leased IP addresses / MS Private IP
This is a quick query to really find out if anyone else has heard,
discovered, or done things differently with their setup.
The way our network works is that we have a DHCP server assigning all
the computers in SurreyCC a 10.*.*.* address. All works perfectly fine,
however there is the odd occasion where the DHCP server crashes over the
weekend or overnight, and users coming back in the next day will gain
the Microsoft Privatly Assigned IP address rather than using the DHCP
assigned IP address (if it is still within its lease).
Microsoft has an article about this here...DHCP IP address conflicts
My DHCP server running on a NetWare 6.5 sp2 server is handing out IP
addresses that are already assigned to other workstations. This is causing
IP conflicts on the existing workstation and the newly assigned
workstation. This is only happening to about 15 - 16 IP assignments on the
The network infrastructure consists of Dell Powerconnect 3324 switches and
were initially installed without configuration. Could these switches be
causing the errors to the DHCP servers? I don't see any evidence of this.
The IP's with the problems usually end up as 'unauthorized...DNS Server IP Address
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How does the DNS/DHCP Management console populate the DNS Server IP =
Address field? Our server appears to be populating the information
our Secondary IP Addresses we've bound to the server. We have the
DNS servers placed in the /ETC/RESOLV.CFG file, but the information is
completely different in the DNS/DHCP Management Console. Also, how do
go about getting the correct information in this field?
Co...IP address and DHCP server ?
SQL Anywhere server hangs when it loads. First it says my IP address is
126.96.36.199, which is correct, then it says my IP address is 188.8.131.52,
which is not correct, then the system hangs. I think this is due to the
fact that this is also a DHCP server. Any ideas?
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Is it possible in DHCP to assign the same IP Address to multiple Mac
ie. a laptop docked using the docking station NIC and a laptop
using the built-in NIC
I have an application that checks security based on the IP-address
assigned to the user.
AFAIK this isn�t possible. You have to add two different manual
assignments to the nics.
Joerg is correct, although you may be able to use a MAC Address
override so that the machine has the same MAC address regardless of
it is connected. Check your OS d...Changing Server NW6 IP Address / Printer Addresses
We are about to change the IP address of our Netware 6 server and NDPS
Printers to allow for a new subnet configuration.
Are there any problems that we may run into,
I have seen the KB article on changing NW6 server IP, and would assume that
after this has been completed i could use NDPS Manager to change the Printer
Yes, you can use NDPS Manager to change the addresses. You can also
use iPrint Manager in iManager.
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...Problem the IP address showing is NOT my IP address I am at.
is someone else's IP address, not my IP address (12.98.80.XXX a Dynamic IP address range)
when I test my ports with the NanoProbe system.
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>is someone else's IP address, not my IP address (12.98.80.XXX a Dynamic
>IP address range)
>when I test my ports with the NanoProbe system.
Had the same here, a couple of minute...Duplicate IP Address conflicts with server
Two NW 5.1 (SP3) servers, we were running DHCP.
Since December 1, 2004 we have had trouble with a Duplicate IP Address
being reported which is the same as the server IP address. We are behind
a firewall and the servers have private IP addresses. Both servers were
reporting the duplicate. The MAC address given was the MAC address of the
We stopped running DHCP on the Novell server and started running DHCP on a
Linux Box (Fedora Core 3). Things were stable until Jan 8 when the same
symptom appeared again.
Weekend personnel powered off Novell Servers and when they star...Secondary IP address on DNS server
We recently moved over to Netware DNS. In order to catch any devices that
still point to the old dns servers (now switched off) we bound that old dns
server's IP address to the new Netware server and found that any
workstations still pointing to that address were able to resolve hostnames
and perform nslookups. I'm not quite clear on what if anything I had to do
to get this working, except to reload named.
We recently upgraded to NW6.5 SP1, and now we find this secondary ip address
function isn't working. If I configure any workstation (NT 4) to use this