Changing IP address of NIS+ Root Master.

Changing IP address of NIS+ Root Master.

Post by Automou » Thu, 15 Jun 1995 04:00:00

        Is it possible to change the IP address of the NIS+ master server without
corrupting the NIS+ tables? If not, then is this because of DES encryption? So
if I disable DES encryption whould this no longer be a problem? Any and all
help is appreciated... Thank You!

                        Amr Hambazaza


1. How to change NIS+ root master IP address?

Since our ISP is changing their service provider we are getting
new ip addresses. I am running Solaris 2.6 and nis+ here. The nis+
has only one domain, the root domain, with a root master and (2)
replicas. According to the only faq I can locate: you have to basically
rebuild your nis+ master server to change its IP address.

Does anybody have any other suggestions as to a better way of doing this?

Randy Jones
Systems Administrator
Great Plains Mfg., Inc.
PO Box 245
108 W 2nd
Assaria, KS USA 67416

Phone: 785-667-7763 x3440
  Fax: 785-667-2695

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