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What to do when '*' is used as a listener address instead of an IP Address

In cases where the configuration of a port listener address is configured using an astrisk (*) instead of an IP Address, discovery patterns like MQ by Shell fail.  Is there any workaround for this.  I currently have an ER submitted for this.

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Re: What to do when '*' is used as a listener address instead of an IP Address

Hello Thomas,

could you share the QCCR ID ? This would help to better understand the problematic here

Thanks in advance

Best regards,

Pierre

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Re: What to do when '*' is used as a listener address instead of an IP Address

Sorry, not  an ER, but an open service request #4652950946

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Re: What to do when '*' is used as a listener address instead of an IP Address

Hi again Thomas,

I thank you for this ID.

I've checked it, and have to admit I have difficulties to understand what was done there. I could see some reference to a communication with R&D, but no elevation ID, nor technical data related to what R&D may have responded.

What I would suggest is that you come back to the assigned support engineer, and ask for a clarification on the current status, what can be done, and get an clear statement regarding R&D's position on this...

If assigned engineer needs assistance, then he can of course contact the backline support team.

Hope this helps

Best regards,

Pierre

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