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NewbieCarol (TechnicalUser) (OP)
6 Apr 06 13:04
Does anyone know how to change the ip address of an Avaya IR 1.2 Sunfire 280R r1.22 running Avaya IVR Core Solaris 8, Update 7?

thanks,
carol
4merAvaya (TechnicalUser)
6 Apr 06 13:30
  I'm not familiar with the IR product, but if it's running Solaris, similar to CMS, there is a file, /etc/hosts, that contains all of the IP addresses.

Kevin
NewbieCarol (TechnicalUser) (OP)
6 Apr 06 13:31
Thank you Kevin.  I'll take all the help i can get.
archer1300 (IS/IT--Management)
11 Apr 06 10:43
The following are the steps needed to point an Avaya IR to a back-up host server.  I'm assuming your IR is running the cleo tn3270 client.

The following are the steps to re-configure the IR tn3270 connection to point to either the Back-up Gateways in "X" Location or to the Primary Gateways in "X" Location.

Begin the process by typing the following

•    hlogout xxxxxxx     (xxxx=application name)
•    hfree xxxxxx        (xxx=application name)
•    stop_vs

Once the system has stopped type the following:
 
•    tnconfig -h NN.NN.N.NN -n 96  (Where NN.NN.N.NN is the IP for the server) (96 is the number of ports)
 
After issuing the tnconfig command, go to the directory /cleo and type the following:
 
•    cp tn3270a.new tn3270-1a.txt
 
Then type:
 
•    cp tn3270b.new tn3270-1b.txt
 
At this point restart the voice system.  Once the voice system started reassign the application to the host channels by typing the following:
 
•    hassign xxxxxx to all    (xxxx=application name)


To view the host connection type the following:

•    hstatus all |pg

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