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kumar_jalluri

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 17, 2010 10:47 pm    Post subject: XCOM IP names
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Hello everybody,

I am currently working on a issue with XCOM. I was asked to identify all the XCOM where the IP names are hardcoded and then replace them with a logical name.

I was able to figure out the all the job that have XCOM steps. But how do I know whether it is using logical name or hard coded value.

In some place it is like this 10.40.58.157

in some jobs it is A001-app0107-s

in some jobs it is showing as gonb1pd1


How do I know which is logical name among them. I assumed that wherever it appears with numbers like 10.40.58.157, it will be hard coded.
Then what about the IP names with characters. Can w etake it as logical names.

How to find out the logical name/aliases for a particular IP name?

Please give your views.

The idea behind this project is to replace all the hard coded Ip names with their logical name and these logical names are linked up with the actual IP names in DNS.
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enrico-sorichetti

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 17, 2010 11:05 pm    Post subject: Reply to: XCOM IP names
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whenever the IP is xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx ( where 0 <= xxx <= 255 ) that' s an hardcoded IP name

how to determine it... well in the unix world You might get away with regular expressions

on the mvs world it will be harder.

BUT since You were asked to substitute hardcoded IP with logical names
it would be enough to search for all the IP addresses You have to convert!

it means that if an ip address is like 10.40.58.157 somewhere You should have a table that tells what to substitute for it
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