wouldn't it be easier to change the IP of the AS400 instead of Domino? Or 
am I missing something...

I'm moving from one subnet to another and I'm having to move 1 AS400, 12 
NT servers, and a total of 4000 users. Here's what were doing...
Add new IP's for each server both in Domino (Server doc and notes.ini) and 
on the AS400.
Modify the Host Name.
Modify the connection documents in Domino
Modify your DNS.
Monitor the old IP's for activity, may need to send users a quick button 
to change the cached IP.
Disable the OLD IPs.

Scott Otta
Domino Systems Administrator

CSG - Irvine, CA
E-mail: sotta@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

"Nathan Simpson" <nathan@xxxxxxxxxx> 

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Moving a Domino server to its own IP address


We have a Domino server on our AS/400. Both the AS/400 and the Domino 
server share the same IP address. And hostname.

How could I move the Domino server to its own IP address? I am guessing 
that having the same hostname will cause some problems. Any ideas on what 
I could do and the best way to go about it?

Running 6.5.1 IF1 on an 820


Nathan Simpson
Australian Wool Handlers
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