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Network Address changes on its own

When I created a print manager on OES 2 Linux, I created it with a DNS
name. When I looked on the Manager control page in iManager it had the
DNS name in the Network Address space. Now, the name has gone away and
the IP address is now there. How can I fix this? Of course now the
only computer I'm using with that print manager now uninstalls all of
the printers that I had installed and reinstalls them using the IP
address instead.

Any way to fix this? I need it to use the name like is suggested.
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Re: Network Address changes on its own

Sean Eckton wrote:
> When I created a print manager on OES 2 Linux, I created it with a DNS
> name. When I looked on the Manager control page in iManager it had the
> DNS name in the Network Address space. Now, the name has gone away and
> the IP address is now there. How can I fix this? Of course now the
> only computer I'm using with that print manager now uninstalls all of
> the printers that I had installed and reinstalls them using the IP
> address instead.
>
> Any way to fix this? I need it to use the name like is suggested.


Well, I found a fix to my own problem. I'm not sure why it happened in
the first place but it did. My theory is when I created the PSM I used
a DNS name. When I used the iPrint migration utility I used an IP
address. I think that changed it somehow.

I went into the configuration file for the PSM and changed the IP
address to the DNS name and everything's happy again.
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