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wong seng guan
Frequent Advisor

set host problem

Hi Guru,

CP01/CPPHL> sh network
Product: DECNET Node:CP01 Address(es): 17.11
Product: TCP/IP
Node: CP01 Address(es): 10.240.127.111

I cant do SET HOST CP01 but I can do SET HOST 17.11.

what is the problem

wong
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Volker Halle
Honored Contributor
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Re: set host problem

Wong,

if something 'does not work', OpenVMS typically provides an error message. To reduce speculation about the type of problem you're seeing, it would be helpful, if you could provide the exact command you have used and the associated error message.

As you're running DECnet-OSI, you need to check the DECnet node name and address(es) with DECNET_REGISTER

$ MC DECNET_REGISTER

1 - Show information about registered node names

* Node name or address: CP01

If the address for this node is incorrect, you need to change it with option 2 - Register or modify node names

Volker.
wong seng guan
Frequent Advisor

Re: set host problem

Hi,
the error prompt is %system-f-nosuchnode.

I have tried $ mc decnet_register.
1) what directory service should key in LOCALFILE, DECDNS, PHASEiv?

2) what is the difference between node-id, host-id and host-id, node-id?

Thanks
Wim Van den Wyngaert
Honored Contributor

Re: set host problem

1) depends on what you use. We use localfile, that is each node decides itself on node to address translation (in fact, it is each cluster).

This is how a phase 4 node looks like.

Directory Service: Local name file

Node name: LOCAL:.WSYS01
Phase IV synonym: WSYS01
Node address: 49::00-1E:AA-00-04-00-65-78:20 (30.101)

Wim
Wim
wong seng guan
Frequent Advisor

Re: set host problem

Hi Guru,

I solved my problem

Thanks