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taphillips Absent Member.
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SLPDA move

I am currently in the process of removing a Netware 6.5 sp7 server from our tree. I have to move slpda to another Netware 6.5 server. Once this is done I know that I have to edit the slp.cfg files on the netware servers and then reset slp. What changes will I have to make on our OES2 Linux server (running Groupwise on NSS)to recognize the new DA?
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Brunold Rainer Absent Member.
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Re: SLPDA move

Check /etc/slp.conf on that oes server if you have the DA configured in. If so, you would need to restart slp on that server as well with "rcslpd restart".

Take care if you have the "old" Netware DAa configured on the Novell clients that you need to change that as well.

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taphillips Absent Member.
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Re: SLPDA move

The clients recieved the old DA address automatically. I assume via dhcp. Would I have to reconfigure dhcp with the new server or would it pick it up automatically?

brunold;1645249 wrote:
Check /etc/slp.conf on that oes server if you have the DA configured in. If so, you would need to restart slp on that server as well with "rcslpd restart".

Take care if you have the "old" Netware DAa configured on the Novell clients that you need to change that as well.

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Brunold Rainer Absent Member.
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Re: SLPDA move

Would I have to reconfigure dhcp with the new server or would it pick it up automatically?



That's a static configuration of the dhcp server, so you need to change that manually.

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