Yes, you can make a DSA listen on multiple IP addresses by adding the IP addresses in the knowledge file of the DSA.
The following describes how to make a DSA listen on multiple IP addresses.
You have a DSA named democorp and you have multiple IP addresses configured for the host which has this DSA installed.
The multiple IP's for your host are 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206
- If you are using text file config do the following:
You will need to replace the line in the "DXHOME/config/knowledge/democorp.dxc" file which has the "address" parameter listed with the following:
address = tcp "220.127.116.11" port 19389, tcp "18.104.22.168" port 19389
Restart your DSA by running the following commands to read the new configuration changes.
% dxserver stop democorp
% dxserver start democorp
If you use a DSA in an IPv4/IPv6 hybrid environment, explicitly configure each interface that the DSA listens on, for example:
address = tcp "fe80::20d:56ff:fed4:8300%5" port 19389, tcp "host1" port 19389
- If you are using DXmanager (xml config) to configure the DSA.
You will need to add the multiple IP addresses when prompted for "Network Addresses" for connections. See image below: