Can the AS/400 have 2 IP addresses?

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I need to test a new network. Is it possible for the AS400 have 2 IP Addresses????

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Sure. You can have multiple ddresses on the same card. Just go CFGTCP option 1 and add an interface.

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  • Willhud69
    You should be careful of how you setup your domain names in your host table and what processes are bound to which address. For instance, we have AS/400 Anymail (That might be the old name, Native SMTP) on one IP address and Lotus Domino bound to another IP address. Our users use Notes to connect to the bound IP address for the Domino Server, but the Native SMTP can be used in programs using SNDDST to send email to our users and external sources.
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  • Nicky2nd
    Hello, Yes as mentioned in previous discussion, you can have multiple IP, simply go to CFGTCP. You can add one or many ips using one or many Network adapters that are existant. To check which lines are available go to WRKCFGSTS *LIN then check if lines are varried on and or go to WRKDEVD *cmn and check for any device with *NET as type. if you want you can also create many IPs from different network cards and group them as 1 virtual IP which is a kind of security in case 1 card is defective, the other card would take over.
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