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Old 07-05-2007, 04:12 PM   #4 (permalink)
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it looks like your DNS servers were unavailable if your server naming convention is standard ..

.101 and .102 (SKODC02.CORP.IN and SKODC01.CORP.IN) were unavailable while the link was down.

you should look to setting DNS servers on the BES server to be the same as those in the same local network ... perhaps set them to :

NYCDC01.CORP.IN - 10.132.129.100
NYCDC02.CORP.IN - 10.132.129.101
NYCDC04.CORP.IN - 10.132.130.240

....

NYCDC03.CORP.IN looks to have a 192.168 address and must be a part of another network ... but I don't know how you've got that setup.

You might also want to look to renaming the Windows name of the BES server to keep it consistent with what you've already setup. You can rename the Windows name of the server and even change its IP address and not have to worry about problems.

Hope this helps.
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