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License is lost when Internet goes down

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09-17-2002 08:17 PM
Hi, running 2000i on NT4 wksta. License is lost when the Internet line goes down. Internal IP still funtional. Any ideas?

Klas Janson
Cad-Q Stockholm
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Re: License is lost when Internet goes down

09-17-2002 08:50 PM in reply to: klas.janson
Klas,

Give us a few more details. Perhaps you're losing your DNS server. When the "Internet line" goes down, can you still ping your license server by name?

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09-17-2002 09:26 PM in reply to: klas.janson
I´ll check with the customer but they have ACADSERVER pointing to IP addresses (3 redundant, @192.168.30.1;@192.168.30.2;@192.168.30.3). So even if they have an external DNS that is lost it shouldn´t matter, or?
*milana, jerry
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09-18-2002 06:11 AM in reply to: klas.janson
First, the @ symbol should never be used when
multiple servers are specified in ACADSERVER.  The @ symbol should only be
used for single server models where you want to lock down to only that
server.  We do not recommend using IP addresses in the ACADSERVER value
either we recommend that you establish reliable name resolution and use
hostnames.  Have you looked at the log files on your servers?  They
may provide you an insight of what is happening

 

Jerry Milana

Autodesk Professional Services


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I´ll
check with the customer but they have ACADSERVER pointing to IP addresses (3
redundant, @192.168.30.1;@192.168.30.2;@192.168.30.3). So even if they have an
external DNS that is lost it shouldn´t matter, or?

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