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Support Tip: Duplicate IP addresses for different managed nodes [HPOM9]

HPOM enables you to have duplicate IP addresses for different managed nodes.

Having duplicate IP addresses for different managed nodes is helpful when you manage an environment with independent subnets that have overlapping IP addresses, which are unique within a network in a private IP address range, but are not unique globally.

Because the normal routing does not work for different nodes with the same IP address, make sure that different nodes with the same IP address can be reached through HTTPS proxies.

 

By default, HPOM does not allow having duplicate IP addresses for different managed nodes and therefore issues an error.
To enable duplicate IP addresses, run the following command:
ovconfchg -ovrg server -ns opc -set OPC_ALLOW_DUPLICATE_IP TRUE

 

Check further instructions on how to set this in OMU administrator's reference guide:

http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM1023350

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