I'm trying not to give a knee jerk reaction to ADDTCPIFC
1 - It's been a general belief here that servers should have fixed
addresses. Irregardless of platform.
2 - How does this work when we deactivate that interface on our 10.10.6.xWell, to be honest, I had this same question in mind when I asked you about dhcp investigation. I guess it is possible for dhcp to automatically update dns when it assigns or release an IP but, I do not know if it is possible when an interface becomes active or inactive. If you had investigated in this direction and found that it was working, I would have been happy to know it :-)
network and activate it on our 10.27.6.x network?
3 - When you have multiple interfaces (Domino, different websites,If they have all their own ethernet port this is not an issue, as the MAC address is, by default, used by IBM i to send to the dhcp server as an index of the device for IP assignment.
backdoors for H/A software, etc) how does that play?
On Sun, Mar 12, 2023 at 10:45 AM Marc Rauzier <marc.rauzier@xxxxxxxxx>
Le 12/03/2023 à 15:17, Rob Berendt a écrit :
When we do a switch from our system at xx.10.xx.xx to our system atJust curious: did you investigate using DNS dynamic update in
xx.27.xx.xx we have API's on our IBM i automatically update that DNS to
change the entry.
conjunction with setting up IBM i IP address as provided by a DHCP server?
ADDTCPIFC INTNETADR(*IP4DHCP) DHCPDYNDNS(*YES)
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