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Adding DNS server and Domain to Call Manager 9.1.1

I am removing this Post, Thanks to all the replies

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Adding DNS server and Domain to Call Manager 9.1.1

Perform a cluster reboot and then check again.

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Adding DNS server and Domain to Call Manager 9.1.1

What do you mean by Cluster reboot? How can I do that?

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Adding DNS server and Domain to Call Manager 9.1.1

The name pretty much says it all, cluster reboot, start by your PUB, wait until it comes up, next TFTP(s) wait until fully up, next SUB1, wait until fully up, and repeat until you've rebooted all servers in your cluster.

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Adding DNS server and Domain to Call Manager 9.1.1

I did reboot them already(PUB and SUB) and there is no TFTP server and I rebooted it once now but the issue still remains

Cisco Employee

Adding DNS server and Domain to Call Manager 9.1.1

Check if the entries are correct with this command:

show tech network hosts

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Adding DNS server and Domain to Call Manager 9.1.1

Yes, this command returns the external resolution fine but that is not the problem , I am faced with the issue in the

Unified CM Database Report Status   where the rhosts file is not in sync

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Adding DNS server and Domain to Call Manager 9.1.1

Do the output from all servers matches???

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Adding DNS server and Domain to Call Manager 9.1.1

Considering that you appear to be a Cisco employee with unlimited access to TAC and all internal resources, I think would be better not to post questions on this public user forum.

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