3 Replies Latest reply on Jun 22, 2017 5:15 AM by wimdecorte

    Where is the IPv4 chached

    sonerkaya

      Hello

      We use Microsoft DirectAccess as RemoteAccess
      solution. DirectAccess client can't connect to a IPv4 ressource directly.


      My problem is, the filemakerclient connects, although we use the dns-name of filemakerserver, to the
      Ipv4 adress of filemakerserver.


      Where is the IPv4 chached
      on the filemakerclient?


      Thanks a lot for replies.

      Regards

        • 1. Re: Where is the IPv4 chached
          wimdecorte

          sonerkaya wrote:

           

          Hello

          We use Microsoft DirectAccess as RemoteAccess
          solution. DirectAccess client can't connect to a IPv4 ressource directly.

           

          Pretty sure it can, unless you use the old original version of DirectAccess that shipped with Windows 2008.

           

          sonerkaya wrote:

           

          My problem is, the filemakerclient connects, although we use the dns-name of filemakerserver, to the
          Ipv4 adress of filemakerserver.


          Where is the IPv4 chached
          on the filemakerclient?

           

          Not so much cached as set explicitly.  You say that you are using the dns name of the FMS machine.  If that is true and users don't have a saved favorite that uses an IPv4 address or use a local opener file that has a file reference that uses an IPv4 address then it sounds like the DNS entry for the FMS machine points to the IPv4 address instead of the IPv6 address.  So check your DNS server for how it is set up first.

          • 2. Re: Where is the IPv4 chached
            gofmp15

            These might help:

             

            & ¶ & ¶ & "SYSTEM NIC:"

            & ¶ & Get ( SystemNICAddress )

             

             

            & ¶ & ¶ & "IP Address:"

            & ¶ & "System: " & Get ( SystemIPAddress )

            & ¶ & "Host: " & Get ( HostIPAddress )

             

            & ¶ & ¶ & "HOST:"

            & ¶ & "Host: " & Get ( HostName )

            & ¶ & "IP: " & Get ( HostIPAddress )

             

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            • 3. Re: Where is the IPv4 chached
              wimdecorte

              gofmp15 wrote:

               

              These might help:

               

               

               

              How might this help?