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CMS Server problem

CMS Server problem

CMS Server problem

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We are running CMS version 15.  The server keeps dropping all user sessions.

After extensive testing and monitoring from Avaya Tier 4 and an Avaya Remote Field Engineer (RFE) we discovered that the CMS server kept seeing a dell server on our network at the router.  The dell server has 2 NICs which are internally teamed within the server using the Broadcom suite.  The server only has 1 IP address.  It is not the router IP address.  The CMS server is the only box on our network that is having this problem.  Our data network administrators do not see any IP address conflicts on the network.

According to the Avaya RFE and a wire shark monitor session the dell server is doing a unicast to CMS from the 2nd NIC and presenting the IP address as that of the router.

This is actually the 2nd time we have had this same problem with a dell server on our network.  Again, CMS is the only server that has a problem with it.

Anyone heard of this same issue?  Any suggestions how to resolve it?
 

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