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Upgrading 6.0 to 6.5 sp3 (OES) Using Mig Wiz 8.0

I keep getting an NWSMDR error connecting to SMDR. The error number is
xfffefff0 - the specified tsa does not exist. There is one TID that talks
about this error but it is a 4.11 server and involves ipx. My source
server is the DA for the tree and does show the destination server when I
display slp services. My destination server sees other servers in the
tree but not the source server when I display slp services. The
destination host file does have the source server name and ip address
listed. I have tried the latest tsa's, the ones from the Mig Wizard
directory and any other ones I can try, but nothing seems to work. Any
other suggestions?

Thanks in advance

Don Shrum, CNE

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Re: Upgrading 6.0 to 6.5 sp3 (OES) Using Mig Wiz 8.0

To resolve this I had to make my second nic (gigabit) my default nic. SLP
was binding my backup network nic first which made the destination server
was not on the same subnet as the source. I disabled the backup network nic
and then the servers could see each other and my error went away. I had to
let slp refresh first after manually removing the objects under the SCOPE
object in my tree that dealt with the server server and that backup network
ip address. My source server was my DA also. It took me 3 hours to figure
this out. Also, I switch the ip address between my two nics before the
migration so the default would be the gig. Some services bind to the first
network card that is bound to an ip address. Hope this helps.

Brian

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Brian T. Payne BS, CNA 5, Net+
Mount Vernon Nazarene University
Mount Vernon, OH 43050
email: bpayne@mvnu.edu
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> I keep getting an NWSMDR error connecting to SMDR. The error number is
> xfffefff0 - the specified tsa does not exist. There is one TID that talks
> about this error but it is a 4.11 server and involves ipx. My source
> server is the DA for the tree and does show the destination server when I
> display slp services. My destination server sees other servers in the
> tree but not the source server when I display slp services. The
> destination host file does have the source server name and ip address
> listed. I have tried the latest tsa's, the ones from the Mig Wizard
> directory and any other ones I can try, but nothing seems to work. Any
> other suggestions?
>
> Thanks in advance
>
> Don Shrum, CNE
>



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