TCP/IP address change under Solaris 2.2

TCP/IP address change under Solaris 2.2

Post by Charles Buec » Wed, 04 Aug 1993 22:41:48

Hi all,
I have been faced to big problems when I attempted to move my NIS+ root
server to an another ip subnet. Since this kind of move (ip address change)
occurs pretty often in our company, I would like to know if somebody has
established a general procedure to achieve this.

I have found some hints in the answerbook, commands like nisupdkeys and
so on, but I'm looking for something that work, not dummy tricks !

Help will be apreciated, regards from Switzerland, Ch. Bueche

Ascom Infrasys AG
Solothurn, Switzerland


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