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975 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: May 17, 2006 4:54 AM by Michiel Nouwens
Can you change things back to the DHCP assigned IP addresses? In other words, do you know the addresses that were previously assigned so you can manually put them in? If your DHCP pool is locked somehow, you can create DHCP reservations on the server.
I think that's the easiest thing to do...
Check this file:
Does the content from this file contain your old setup?
When it does, you have a good change to restore you data, when it doesn't forget it, your data if gone...
When it does, restore the old IP addresses for clients and hosts
Afterwards start using the CLI, do not use the GUI app.
You have to use: cvadmin
SystemStarter start acfs
cvadmin shows your Xsan volume?
When it doesn't: type activate 'XsanVolume' followed by start 'XsanVolume' replace XsanVolume with your own XsanVolumename...