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manage anywhere on MS Server 2003

5 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2004-11-29 01:59:13.0Z
Pat Beal Posted on 2004-11-26 04:15:45.0Z
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When trying to connect to the cmd server I get a "Unable to retrieve relay server error"  I dont have any relay servers running and there is a relay rule that is sending my requests to the wrong IP I dont seem to be able to find where to change this.
 
Pat Beal


Pat Beal Posted on 2004-11-26 09:57:04.0Z
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Ok I think the problem is the server I am running the manage anywhere cmd server on has several IP addresses on it and this is somehow messing it up. Is there any way to assign a specific IP to the cmd server with out installing a relay server?
 
 
Pat Beal
 
 
 
"Pat Beal" <pbeal@visi.com> wrote in message news:41a6adec$1@forums-2-dub...
When trying to connect to the cmd server I get a "Unable to retrieve relay server error"  I dont have any relay servers running and there is a relay rule that is sending my requests to the wrong IP I dont seem to be able to find where to change this.
 
Pat Beal


Raymond Kwong Posted on 2004-11-26 23:40:58.0Z
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Did you try advertise the server address in IP or DNS format? This is an option that can be toggled in the Server options.
"Pat Beal" <pbeal@visi.com> wrote in message news:41a6fdf0@forums-1-dub...
Ok I think the problem is the server I am running the manage anywhere cmd server on has several IP addresses on it and this is somehow messing it up. Is there any way to assign a specific IP to the cmd server with out installing a relay server?
 
 
Pat Beal
 
 
 
"Pat Beal" <pbeal@visi.com> wrote in message news:41a6adec$1@forums-2-dub...
When trying to connect to the cmd server I get a "Unable to retrieve relay server error"  I dont have any relay servers running and there is a relay rule that is sending my requests to the wrong IP I dont seem to be able to find where to change this.
 
Pat Beal


Pat Beal Posted on 2004-11-27 04:21:19.0Z
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I tried both neither worked. 
 
Only one of the IP's on the server is part of a named domain and its not the IP I want manage anywhere running on so DNS format doesn't really work.
 
What is happening is I had to name the cmd server with the open IP address on the server so it could find the HTTP server but in the architecture view of the cmd server under properties its pulled all the IP address on the machine as its address and is using the first one on the IP list as its own address even though that's not its correct address and not the address that any of the clients connect to and not the address I assigned to it in options.  It can see the agents that connect to it, it just points them to a relay server that doesn't exist so besides getting the name and IP of the clients nothing is happening.
 
Anyway the default relay server rule points to the wrong address and I don't see anyway to manually change that address.
its listed like "255.255.255.2(255.255.255.1)" where  the first IP is the cmd server name and the 2nd IP is the first IP on the server that is running a diffrent service and is not open for Manage anywhere.
 
 
Pat Beal
 
"Raymond Kwong" <rkwong@ianywhere.com> wrote in message news:41a7bf07@forums-2-dub...
Did you try advertise the server address in IP or DNS format? This is an option that can be toggled in the Server options.
"Pat Beal" <pbeal@visi.com> wrote in message news:41a6fdf0@forums-1-dub...
Ok I think the problem is the server I am running the manage anywhere cmd server on has several IP addresses on it and this is somehow messing it up. Is there any way to assign a specific IP to the cmd server with out installing a relay server?
 
 
Pat Beal
 
 
 
"Pat Beal" <pbeal@visi.com> wrote in message news:41a6adec$1@forums-2-dub...
When trying to connect to the cmd server I get a "Unable to retrieve relay server error"  I dont have any relay servers running and there is a relay rule that is sending my requests to the wrong IP I dont seem to be able to find where to change this.
 
Pat Beal


Pat Beal Posted on 2004-11-29 01:59:13.0Z
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Ok this is weird its started working on its own, I left it alone for Two days and it started doing what its suposed to settings are the same this is so weird
 
Pat Beal
 
"Pat Beal" <pbeal@visi.com> wrote in message news:41a800bf$1@forums-1-dub...
I tried both neither worked. 
 
Only one of the IP's on the server is part of a named domain and its not the IP I want manage anywhere running on so DNS format doesn't really work.
 
What is happening is I had to name the cmd server with the open IP address on the server so it could find the HTTP server but in the architecture view of the cmd server under properties its pulled all the IP address on the machine as its address and is using the first one on the IP list as its own address even though that's not its correct address and not the address that any of the clients connect to and not the address I assigned to it in options.  It can see the agents that connect to it, it just points them to a relay server that doesn't exist so besides getting the name and IP of the clients nothing is happening.
 
Anyway the default relay server rule points to the wrong address and I don't see anyway to manually change that address.
its listed like "255.255.255.2(255.255.255.1)" where  the first IP is the cmd server name and the 2nd IP is the first IP on the server that is running a diffrent service and is not open for Manage anywhere.
 
 
Pat Beal
 
"Raymond Kwong" <rkwong@ianywhere.com> wrote in message news:41a7bf07@forums-2-dub...
Did you try advertise the server address in IP or DNS format? This is an option that can be toggled in the Server options.
"Pat Beal" <pbeal@visi.com> wrote in message news:41a6fdf0@forums-1-dub...
Ok I think the problem is the server I am running the manage anywhere cmd server on has several IP addresses on it and this is somehow messing it up. Is there any way to assign a specific IP to the cmd server with out installing a relay server?
 
 
Pat Beal
 
 
 
"Pat Beal" <pbeal@visi.com> wrote in message news:41a6adec$1@forums-2-dub...
When trying to connect to the cmd server I get a "Unable to retrieve relay server error"  I dont have any relay servers running and there is a relay rule that is sending my requests to the wrong IP I dont seem to be able to find where to change this.
 
Pat Beal