When I attempt to invoke the IP wizard on the host machines, I receive an error message as follows:
"The IP WIzard does not support DHCP-enabled network cards. Your cards are either DHCP enabled or configured with invalid settings. Exiting..."
I asked the right people at my company and their response was as follows:
"Since the PCs receive IP addresses automatically via DHCP from a domain server we will have to request statci IP addresses and assign them to each host machine. It appears that this is needed since you are attempting to install static IPs on these machines"
My question is... Is this accurate? Will we need to assign static IPs to these hosts prior to running IP wizard? Will doing this fix the issue at hand?
If anyone has ever experienced this, please let me know how you handled it.
I have used DHCP mchines for LR , though I also perfer static IPs .It works fine .
I think the problem is not with LR but with the n/w config of the machines .
Are you able to ping the machine by the machine name from some other machine? Also is it possible to ping the injectors from the Controller using the machine names ( not the IP ) ?
while traveling parallel to a tangent , it's difficult to be normal, isn't it?
[This message has been edited by Euc (edited 05-22-2002).]