Assuming you’re using client access – you can specify the workstation name in the client access config for each machine – then each PC should only use it’s own workstation Id. If you specify new workstation names, you’ll need to set the auto config system values to create the new device descriptions for you – once they’ve been created you can set the system values back to whatever they were.
thanks for your answer…
what i means is can we make devd which lock by ip address..
so this devd can’t open in other ip address..
Although “lock by IP address” might be the wrong way to do this, you would do it best through the <a href=”http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/iseries/v5r4/index.jsp?topic=/rzaks/rzakssbsasignuser1.htm”>Telnet device initialization and terminal exit points</a>. When DHCP assigns a different IP address to a client PC or some similar change to an addressing scheme happens, how are you expecting the function to adapt?