Moving AS/400 server

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Could you please explain how do I change the IP of an AS/400 box
ASKED: July 23, 2009  5:16 PM
UPDATED: July 28, 2009  5:08 PM

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Hi,

Just type,

CFGTCP

Take option 1 (Wrok with TCP/IP interfaces)

Create a new IP
Delete the old one.

Regards,
Wilson

Each Ethernet card on the iSeries can have multiple IP addresses so you may not want to delete the old one right away.
From CFGTCP option 1 “Work with TCP/IP interfaces” you can change the entry for Autostart to *NO.
Other handy options are F11=Display interface status, 9=Start and 10=End

When you are changing or adding an IP address you may also need to look at options 2 “Work with TCP/IP routes”, 10 “Work with TCP/IP host table entries” and 12 “Change TCP/IP domain information”
To make other changes depending on your situation.

Voodoo

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  • slack400
    You'll need to end the tcp/ip server and vary off the ethernet line before you can delete the old interface. So make sure you're working from a secondary ethernet line or using a console session.
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