[Veritas-bu] Windows 2003 Master with 2 nics
manuel.j.desousa at jpmchase.com
Tue Jul 3 12:02:57 CDT 2007
I have a Windows 2003 Master server with 2 nics and each with their own IP
They are each configured in different DNS domains.
When I run bpclntcmd -hn [masterserver] , it comes back with 2 ip
bpclntcmd -hn abcdefghijkl
host abcdefghijkl: abcdefghijkl.junkA.COM at 188.8.131.52
host abcdefghijkl: abcdefghijkl.junkA.COM at 184.108.40.206
But if I do per IP address, then I get the following:
bpclntcmd -ip 220.127.116.11
checkhaddr: host : abcdefghijkl: abcdefghijkl.junkB.com
at 18.104.22.168 (0xxxxxxxx)
bpclntcmd -ip 22.214.171.124
checkhaddr: host : abcdefghi-BK: abcdefghi-BK.junkC.com
at 126.96.36.199 (0xxxxxxxx)
junkA.COM is the machines hostname domain
junkB.COM is the domain for Prod NIC
junkB.COM is the domain for BACKUP NIC
"nslookup" only comes back with one result in both forward and reverse
lookup - as it should !
Anyone have any ideas without mucking around with hosts and lmhosts?
Also - NetBIOS does not need to be enabled on the backup NIC but does on
the production NIC. (That is the reason for the hostname of abcdefghijkl
We setup the completely different hostnames in DNS (limiting the hostname
name to 12 chars) to ensure NETBIOS does not get confused - but still
bpclntcmd comes back with the wrong info !
Anyone with ideas please...
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