• Subject: Re:
  • From: Rob Berendt <rob@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 22 Nov 1999 11:21:15 -0500

Below is a sample of a couple INI files from two partitions on our domino 
server.

Sidebar:  There is a redbook article informing you how to set it up so that the 
partitions may duplicate using the loopback address.  Keeps traffic off the 
real lan.

ServerName=GDISYS                    
TCPIP=TCP, 0, 15, 0                  
TCPIP_TcpIpAddress=0,198.1.1.201:1352
GDISYS=TCP, 1, 15, 0                 
GDISYS_TcpIpAddress=0,127.0.0.1:13530
$$HasLANPort=1                       
Ports=TCPIP,GDISYS                   

ServerName=GDISYS01                  
TCPIP=TCP, 0, 15, 0                  
TCPIP_TcpIpAddress=0,198.1.1.216:1352
GDISYS=TCP, 1, 15, 0                 
GDISYS_TcpIpAddress=0,127.0.0.1:13531
$$HasLANPort=1                       
Ports=TCPIP,GDISYS                   

Internet         Subnet              Line    
Address          Mask             Description
10.10.1.144      255.255.255.0    LANLINSYS  
10.10.1.146      255.255.255.0    LANLINSYS  
127.0.0.1        255.0.0.0        *LOOPBACK  
198.1.1.201      255.255.255.0    LANLINSYS  
198.1.1.216      255.255.255.0    LANLINSYS  
198.1.1.218      255.255.255.0    LANLINSYS  






jvenezia@vaisw.com on 11/22/99 11:02:13 AM
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We currently have an R5 server setup on an AS400.  I am about to configure
a cluster server and before I begine I need to make some changes to
mexisting notes.ini.  Since there is no TCPIPAddress line currently in
there Domino is monitoring all ports which would prevent me from installing
a partioned server.  My question is I have 2 ip addresses currently
pointing to my Domino server, and I want to confirm that I can add two
subsequent TcpIpAddress lines in my notes.ini, one for each ip address or
seperate each address by a comma.

Thanks in advance,
John Venezia




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