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  • Latest Post - ‏2014-07-15T16:49:27Z by Krayher
Krayher
Krayher
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Pinned topic RDZUt Network issue

‏2014-07-14T18:43:37Z |

Hi Guys,

I've been struggling almost a year, trying to put my RDZ on my local network, but I've been unlucky. I found some topics here related to similar problems, but due my lack of experience with Networking and RDZ, I wasn't sucessful trying to figure out and apply some changes suggested by some of your experienced users, then I decided to include my case and all related information as possible and hope for your comments and advices to get this thing working!... 

Hostname: rdzserversp001

Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU    X5675  @ 3.07GHz with 24 cores.
24GB Memory
1 TB disc
RDZ disks location: /z/v85
Profile location: /z/v85/profile

OS: Linux SuSE 11

Network information:

IP: 10.2.0.233 (ETH0 - Linux Mgnt Interface)
Bcast: 10.2.7.255
Gateway: 10.2.1.200
RDZ IP: 10.2.0.234 (desired) ---> I've set this to ETH1 on TCPPARMS(PROFILE)

Some additional information about ROUTE, HOMETEST, IFCONFIG, ETC.

 

 

Some additional information:

 

ifconfig 

 

netstat

 

/etc/hosts content

CONTENT OF USER.TCPPARMS

IPNODES

PROFILE

RESOLVER

This is the output when I ping from another device in the same network

When I try to connect to the RDZ IP 10.2.0.234

TSO HOMETEST OUTPUT

TSO NETSTAT OUTPUT

Attached all files from USER.TCPPARMS.

Guys, what could be wrong? I can't reach the 10.2.0.234.

Updated on 2014-07-14T20:47:43Z at 2014-07-14T20:47:43Z by Krayher
  • Krayher
    Krayher
    2 Posts

    Re: RDZUt Network issue

    ‏2014-07-15T16:49:27Z  

    Guys, solution was change the TCPPARMS(PROFILE).

    In 10.x network, you need to change the tunnel of ETH1 adapter (in my case it was TAP0), otherwise route will lost itself.

    Correct routes are:

     

    BEGINROUTES

       ROUTE 10.0.0.0    255.255.248.0  = TAP0      (WRONG if you have a 10.x network!)

    to

       ROUTE 10.1.1.0   255.255.255.0   = TAP0

    ENDROUTES

    Another solution can be changing the devmap to create a 192.168.1.1 for TAP0 instead of 10.1.1.1