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trane1
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Registered: ‎09-10-2001
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changed to DHCP- users have no access

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09-10-2001 12:49 AM
We changed to a DHCP set-up (we have WIN2000 servers
, NT & win2000 clients , ACAD2000. It seems that clients
on the same subnet can get in, but other subnets cannot.
Is this the problem and is there a "relay agent" or something to fix it? or am I barking up the wrong tree?
*martin, jason
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Re: changed to DHCP- users have no access

09-10-2001 01:06 AM in reply to: trane1
It's most likely a name resolution problem. The client only looks on the local subnet for
a adlm server by default. You'll need to specify an acadserver variable if you have
different subnets trying to access the adlm server. The acadserver variable should be set
to the host name of the adlm server. The clients in the other subnets must be able to
contact the adlm server by host name for the adlm to function properly.

Also, you aren't using dhcp on the adlm server are you?? It can cause problems if the adlm
server is using dhcp on an (pre a2k2) adlm server.

hth

jason martin
frankfurt-short-bruza

"trane1" wrote in message news:f07d4c4.-1@WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> We changed to a DHCP set-up (we have WIN2000 servers
> , NT & win2000 clients , ACAD2000. It seems that clients
> on the same subnet can get in, but other subnets cannot.
> Is this the problem and is there a "relay agent" or something to fix it? or am I barking
up the wrong tree?
>
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trane1
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Registered: ‎09-10-2001
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09-10-2001 03:31 AM in reply to: trane1
that was it. Thanks

no we are not using dhcp on the server....unless IS
changes their mind. It wouldn't be the 1st time!

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