after i applied the fix for the IPv6 that youu sent me, i was able to to keep IPv6 enabled on my computers, but more importantly my problem of obtaining a lic from server when the client was on the server as well, disaperraed... so i hit two birds in one stone..
thanks a bunch..
hmm.. i'll keep this in mind.
currrently i do not plan on puting the Lic Manager on our MS server 2003, i am sticking with win7 for now.
thanks for the heds up
I installed Infrastructure Design Suite but got same problem with fawzi, I already uncheck IPV 6 but doesn't work, attached log file for your check.
I didn't find any problem in the debug log. it looks good. Can you give me the server status to check? did you get -15 error on the client?
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First, verify from the client that you can PING the server PC-10562 and get the expected IPv4 address.
If it is not an IPv4 address in the xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx format, but rather an IPv6 in a larger hex format, then you need to modify your hosts file to point the DNS name of the server PC-10562 to its correct IPv4 address on each client that accesses it.
For more information about Network License Manager connectivity issues and IPv6, please see my discussion post here:
Then using Internet Explorer (not a 3rd party browser) from the client verify that ports 27000 (lmgrd.exe) and 2080 (adskflex.exe) are open in the firewall on the server:
Each should respond with a jargon page on verification. You should get a response similar to this:
If you get a 'Page cannot be displayed' or other 404 Error, then you have a port being blocked.
If you have any additional issues, please post them here.
You can use WiFi but you might need to increase the FLEXLM_TIMEOUT system environment variables of your clients as the thruput latency might be slower and cause connectivity timeouts.
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