BABAN88
2 Bronze

subnetmask issue

Hi dears:

I have networker 8.1.3 and it was working good till I changed the sumbnet off my server so now it can not communicate with the clients

and I changed clients sub net to same sub net now when I just change the server mask to old one every thing will work fine even clients are on new subset so what should I do to make my server work fine with new sub net333.jpg

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SurajPujari
3 Argentum

Re: subnetmask issue

if both are able to talk to each other then it is just a matter of deleting NSR peer information from both server and clients.

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BABAN88
2 Bronze

Re: subnetmask issue

Hi Mr.SurajPujari

thanks for your Answer

my problem is that when I change my server to my new subnet they can not talk to each others

I tried  deleting NSR peer information from both server and clients but it didn't work

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bingo.1
4 Ruthenium

Re: subnetmask issue

Your statement is ambiguous. Most likely you changed the IP address and the subnet mask.

So other firewall rules may be valid now.

And do not forget ...

  - you might have used host files. So you must adjust them.

  - the /nsr/res/servers file at the networker client might need an adjustment.

    If so do not forget that you must restart the NW client daemon/service.

  - the remote storage nodes, if this applies to your data zone.

You could also delete/rename your nsrladb directory.

The best method to check the connection would be that you run

  "nsradmin -p nsrexec -s server" from the NW client or

  "nsradmin -p nsrexec -s client" from the NW server.

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BABAN88
2 Bronze

Re: subnetmask issue

Thanks bingo I will try what you said and we will see

but my problem is not with IP I have just changes subnetmask of server and clients

so when I remain clients on new subnet and server with old subnet every thing work great

but when I change server subnet also every thing will go wrong

thanks.

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Anonymous
Not applicable

Re: subnetmask issue

can you pl check if there are any static routes defined ?

change it to the new subnet.

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