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Change IP of Jabber Guest server

Has anyone had success in changing the IP address of the Jabber Guest server using the command line as described here?

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/jabber/Guest/10_0/icg/JABC_BK_J0FC634A_00_jabberc-installation-and-configuration-guide/JABC_BK_J0FC634A_00_jabberc-installation-and-configuration-guide_chapter_0111.html#JABC_TK_CA9A2444_00

I have followed these directions but the server continues to used DHCP.  Not sure what I'm doing wrong.  Thanks, Mike

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I fixed it.  The network

I fixed it.  The network.config.sample file had the example domain and host name options defined with quotation marks.  Initially I included those quotation marks.  Once I took them out then the static network settings took.

Thanks for the information, I

Thanks for the information,

 

I just ran into the same issue with version 10.5, however, fixing it took:

  1. dchp value: False (no " marks)
  2. domain and hostname between " marks.
  3. the rest of the values in IPv4 no " mark (did not implement IPv6)

Regards

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New Member

I fixed it.  The network

I fixed it.  The network.config.sample file had the example domain and host name options defined with quotation marks.  Initially I included those quotation marks.  Once I took them out then the static network settings took.

Thanks for the information, I

Thanks for the information,

 

I just ran into the same issue with version 10.5, however, fixing it took:

  1. dchp value: False (no " marks)
  2. domain and hostname between " marks.
  3. the rest of the values in IPv4 no " mark (did not implement IPv6)

Regards

New Member

Thanks Humberto.  Just got

Thanks Humberto.  Just got around to installing a 10.5 JG server and I had the same issue as you.

New Member

Once the network.config file

Once the network.config file is updated with IP etc. how do I save and exit vi editor on Jabber guest?

 

Thanks

 

New Member

Here is a link on how to do

Here is a link on how to do it.

https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=how%20to%20exit%20and%20save%20vi

New Member

Thanks Mike that worked!

Thanks Mike that worked!

New Member

the easiest way via cli is to

the easiest way via cli is to use the ifconfig command

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