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Re: Unable to add a service using DNS/DHCP managment console

Hi.

On 08.09.2015 13:56, BBZBiel wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> oessal is the new server. It is on subnet 172.17.0.0 (mask 255.255.0.0).
> The 2 actual servers are on subnet 172.16.0.0. The workstation used was
> also on subnet 172.17.0.0.
>
> The problem with the subtree search can be repeated. I will check about
> it. Maybe a DNS and/or SLP problem?


It could be a referral problem indeed. Does the server your console is
talking to have a replica of the new servers object? And does the new
server have a replica of the relevant DHCP objects? What happens when
you specify a different LDAP server in the DNS/DHCP Console, especially
the new one?

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Re: Unable to add a service using DNS/DHCP managment console

I have deleted the DHCP server object using the DNS/DHCP console.

I have now tried to start the console from a workstation in subnet 172.16.0.0, using the 172.16.0.102 server. I have the same kind of error but now on the DNS-oessal object (the DHCP objet is now deleted). The server at 172.16.0.102 contains a read-write replica of every existing partitions, that is the DNS/DHCP objects, the servers objects and...... everything

Any idea in which direction I should look?
mrosen;2405742 wrote:
Hi.

On 08.09.2015 13:56, BBZBiel wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> oessal is the new server. It is on subnet 172.17.0.0 (mask 255.255.0.0).
> The 2 actual servers are on subnet 172.16.0.0. The workstation used was
> also on subnet 172.17.0.0.
>
> The problem with the subtree search can be repeated. I will check about
> it. Maybe a DNS and/or SLP problem?


It could be a referral problem indeed. Does the server your console is
talking to have a replica of the new servers object? And does the new
server have a replica of the relevant DHCP objects? What happens when
you specify a different LDAP server in the DNS/DHCP Console, especially
the new one?

CU,
--
Massimo Rosen
Novell Knowledge Partner
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Re: Unable to add a service using DNS/DHCP managment console

Hi,

Am 09.09.2015 um 15:16 schrieb BBZBiel:

>
> Any idea in which direction I should look?


I'm afraid not, it might be best to go on with a service request, sorry.

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Re: Unable to add a service using DNS/DHCP managment console

Hi,

Ty very much for your help. I will open a ticket.
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Re: Unable to add a service using DNS/DHCP managment console

Am 10.09.2015 um 08:06 schrieb BBZBiel:
>
> Hi,
>
> Ty very much for your help. I will open a ticket.
>
>

Ok, let us know what come sout of it. I'm relatively certain that the
weird retransmission followed by silence is a pointer to the problem.

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Re: Unable to add a service using DNS/DHCP managment console

In article <BBZBiel.72umpz@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com>, BBZBiel wrote:
> New DHCP Server : 172.17.0.101
> Existing DHCP Servers: 172.16.0.101 and 102
> Workstation with DNS/DCHP Console: 172.17.100.200
>
> Existing Services: BBZCFP (for 172.16.0.101)
> BBZCFP2( for 172.16.0.102)


can all these devices see each other? I.e. Can you ping all of them
from each of them? Can you connect to the existing DHCP servers from
your 172.17.100.200 workstation?

I have a sneaking suspicion that either there is a communication issue
between them, and the full trace might have shown this with the client
trying to talk to the other DHCP server as well.

Let us know how the SR is going/has gone.


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