Hi Jerry,

I'm guessing on this one... but it sounds to me like you have another DNS problem. I'm not sure about NetServer, but there are many applications that need to find out the IP address of your local system. They do this by:

a) retrieving the host name defined in the HOSTNAME and DMNNAME fields of CHGTCPDMN

b) Performing a DNS/HostTable lookup on that name.

c) Verifying that the resulting IP address matches the address of a network adapter on your system.

It sounds like it's performing the lookup and getting 216.8.179.24, whcih doesn't match any of the adapters on your system.

I think your company might need to invest some time and money in getting their DNS straightened out. It sounds like it's in a bit of a disarray.


Jerry Adams wrote:
Detail on the first message shows:

Message ID . . . . . . : CPIB683 Severity . . . . . . . : 40 Message type . . . . . : Information Date sent . . . . . . : 08/26/09 Time sent . . . . . . : 09:22:33 Message . . . . : iSeries Support for Windows Network Neighborhood (iSeries
NetServer) was unable to start. Cause . . . . . : The required iSeries NetServer job QZLSSERVER was unable to start because of reason code 13. See the following reason codes and their meanings: 13 - The retrieved host IP address of 216.8.179.24 is invalid.

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