We have 11 Domino partitions on one i lpar. The i lpar has 12 TCP/IP
interfaces. One for tradition i stuff and eleven others spread out one
each for the dpars.

TCPIP=TCP, 0, 15, 0

The biggest problem with this is with other TCP/IP applications on the i.
For instance, if you initiate an FTP session on your i it may come out on
one of your dpar addresses. Which is normally no problem unless you have
a zealot on your network staff who has a fit because he now has to allow
12 different address in to ftp to a particular client or server. You can
minimize this by ensuring that the IP address used by the i appears first
on NETSTAT *IFC on your i. You can further minimize this by
for each of your domino addresses and only start them shortly before
starting the dpars.
ie QSTRUP program
/* Do some other stuff to allow most applications to get settled */
STRTCPIFC INTNETADR('...') /* DPAR such-and-such */
STRDOMSVR '...' /* Domino mail partition */
STRDOMSVR ... /* You get the point? */

Now if someone does an
like I did yesterday, then you kind of fall back on who's first in NETSTAT

Rob Berendt

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