Jim,

Check to see if you have multiple default routes assigned. You very well might have one for each network. If the default route for the IP address you are using is only for that interface, you can delete that route and then the interface.

A more simple thing to do is just use option 10 from the CFGTCP screen to stop that interface. I would go in and change the interface so it does not come active at IPL (option 2 keyword: AUTOSTART. Set it to *NO)


Jim Oberholtzer
Chief Technical Architect
Agile Technology Architects


On 3/2/2012 4:42 PM, James Lampert wrote:
Some time ago, we gave one of our AS/400s an outside IP address. One
that happens to be the same as one that's currently in use elsewhere.

We never got rid of the internal IP address.

But now, I need it to talk to the box that's the rightful owner of the
IP address it was given, and it's not letting me.

And when I try to get rid of the interface with the in-use address, it's
telling me that the default route is tied to that interface.

Help.

--
JHHL

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