These instructions assume that your Identity Server and Administration Console are not on the same machine. If they are on the same machine, see Section 5.1, Changing the IP Address of the Administration Console.
To move a machine or change the IP address for the Identity Server:
In the Administration Console, click> .
Click the server name.
On the General page, click.
Specify the new IP address in thefield and, if necessary, a port.
Click, then click .
On the Identity Server, stop the server communication service by using the following command:
Linux: /etc/init.d/novell-jcc stop
Windows: net stop jccserver
Change the IP address by using an operating system utility:
Linux: Click> > , select a method, select the card, then click .
Windows: Click> > > > > .
Change to the jcc directory:
Windows Server 2003: \Program Files\Novell\devman\jcc
Windows Server 2008: \Program Files (x86)\Novell\devman\jcc
Run the configure command:
The command must be run from the jcc directory because it needs access to files that are available from this directory.
When you are prompted for the local listener IP address, enter the new IP.
When you are prompted for the administration server IP, enter the IP address of the Administration Console.
Follow the prompts and accept the defaults for ports and admin user.
Replace all references to the old IP address in the server.xml file with the new IP address:
Change to the Tomcat configuration directory:
Windows Server 2003: \Program Files\Novell\Tomcat\conf
Windows Server 2008: \Program Files (x86)\Novell\Tomcat\conf
In a text editor, open the server.xml file.
Search for the old IP address and replace it with the new IP address.
Save your changes.
Start the server communication service by using the following command:
Linux: /etc/init.d/novell-jcc start
Windows: net start jccserver
Linux: Enter the following command:
Windows: Enter the following commands:
net stop Tomcat5
net start Tomcat5
For information about deleting an Identity Server, see Novell Access Manager 3.1 SP4 Identity Server Guide.