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Problem with a Linux client on a dual network card system

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Hi,

I have Retrospect 7.5 Single Server on a Windows Server 2003 and two Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 machines with clients. Both are on the same subnet. One of them works with no problems (it's a 32-bit system). However, the other client cannot be connected to from the backup server. It doesn't show up in the "Add client" list when multicast is used. When I add it using subnet broadcast, it appears, but then can't be connected to with error -530 (client not found).

 

The daemon is running on the problem machine (x64), and I'm guessing it has to do with two network cards the system has.

Is there a way to point the client to the correct network adapter?

 

Thank you for any suggestions

 

Sasha

 

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You can try command "Retroclient -ip n" to force the client to use only a specific IP address.

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Thanks, Mayoff

 

I just found a previously posted solution with adding this exact command to the rcl file. After a daemon restart, the client behaves as advertised.

 

Thanks

 

Sasha

 

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