i hope you didn't use a AD on the W2003 servers.
changing the IP address of 8 windows 2003 servers wil give
lots of problems on the windows servers.

i suggest, check your eventlogs for the servers

did you run dns on linux or on windows, if windows,
you are getting more in troubles...
and give more detailed explanation.


Louis



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>Namens David Blackman
>Verzonden: woensdag 7 december 2005 23:10
>Aan: samba@lists.samba.org
>Onderwerp: [Samba] Changed IP address
>
>I have changed the IP address of 8 windows 2003 servers that were
>connected to a samba domain controller. The problem is that
>when one of
>the machines try to resolve the netbios name of one of the other
>machines it still returns the old IP address. I have tried to use the
>lmhosts file to resolve the name but the system wants to use WINS over
>the local files. I cannot find a way to remove the netbios name from
>NMB or to have it update the name.
>
>Dave,
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