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Strange behavior after replacing my router
#1
Something strange is happening and I am stumped.
I replaced my router.
The only major change was going from a network of 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.1.1

But now my MS wont run. I mean the computer runs fine and is connected to the network. But CQC wont start. When I try to open Admin Interface, it hangs and finally comes up with unable to contact nameserver.

So I figured I would just re install the same version over what is there. But then for the first time ever it tells me that port 13502 is not available. Then 13503 is not available. Finally when I have picked about 4 new ports it starts to continue with the installation, but then stops because the directory CQCData is locked. Huh???

I can go into that directory and open, move change files etc.

Not sure what is happening or how to correct it.
Thanks
George M
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#2
YOu'll need to stop the service directly. When the IP address changed while the programs were running that will have fundamentally broken them. So go stop the CQCAppShell service directly. If any CID* or CQC* processes are still running, which may happen, then kill them. Be sure to do 'show processes for all users' since these are background programs.

They couldn't be stopped by the installer because it can't talk to them anymore, so they were still running and holding the ports open and keeping the directory locked because that's their working directory.

Once you have them all killed, then run the installer and you should be ok.
Dean Roddey
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#3
Thanks Dean,
That let me run the install program. It completed with success. However still when trying to run Admin Interface it hangs with Waiting for CQC. and then quits.
CIDNameServer is running as a process.
Thanks
George M
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#4
Is this on the same machine or from another machine? If it's on another machine, you may want to run the installer on other machines as well to make sure they get updated.

If on the sama machine then it should work and something is still awry so, open the CQC Command Prompt and do:

CQCNetTest > nt.txt

and post the output from that nt.txt file.
Dean Roddey
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#5
Same Machine

Where would I find the file after I run it?
Thanks
George M
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#6
Here it is.
It looks like it is still looking at the old address:


CQC Network Info Test
Copyright © Charmed Quark Systems


System Information
--------------------------------
OS Version: 6.1.1, Build: 7601
IP Name: CQC
Host Name: CQC
Local Date/Time: 8:55:42 2019 -0600
TCP Version: 2.2


Network Adaptor Information
--------------------------------
{7031D090-72FD-46BD-8086-3D41A171E82E}
Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller
Ready: True
DHCP Enabled: True
IPV4 Enabled: True
IPV6 Enabled: True
Is Loopback: False
Is Tunnel: False
Dedicated: True
Hardware Addr: D0 27 88 B4 74 A4
Address #0: fe80::7a:6480:e508:b43b%12
Address #1: 192.168.1.25

{846EE342-7039-11DE-9D20-806E6F6E6963}
Software Loopback Interface 1
Ready: True
DHCP Enabled: False
IPV4 Enabled: True
IPV6 Enabled: True
Is Loopback: True
Is Tunnel: False
Dedicated: True
Hardware Addr:
Address #0: ::1
Address #1: 127.0.0.1

{49CFEC3B-F881-4109-BA7C-A125F9D100C6} (Ignored)
Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface
Ready: False
DHCP Enabled: False
IPV4 Enabled: False
IPV6 Enabled: True
Is Loopback: False
Is Tunnel: True
Dedicated: True
Hardware Addr: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 E0
Address #0: fe80::100:7f:fffe%11

{CDA54738-BA62-45CD-A5F0-30D2B675685D} (Ignored)
Microsoft ISATAP Adapter #2
Ready: False
DHCP Enabled: False
IPV4 Enabled: False
IPV6 Enabled: True
Is Loopback: False
Is Tunnel: True
Dedicated: True
Hardware Addr: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 E0
Address #0: fe80::5efe:192.168.1.25%13


Environment Information
--------------------------------
CID_NSADDR: CQC
DATADIR (client): C:\ProgramData\CQCData\7EBFCB3D0EA4615E-A9ABF0BA7910C2CB
DATADIR (server): d:\CQC\CQCData


Name Resolution
--------------------------------
Reported Addr Families: IPV4 & IPV6

Looking up host name (default address family): CQC ...
Resolved to: 192.168.0.25
Reverse: CQC

IPV4 Lookup: 192.168.0.25
IPV6 Lookup: fe80::7a:6480:e508:b43b%12

Trying to resolve name server host [CQC.13502]
Resolved to: 192.168.0.25:13502



CQC Connection Tests
--------------------------------
Trying to connect to CQC name server
Failed to contact name server.


Test failed! Error=
01/01 00:00:00-CQC, CQCNetTest, CQCNetTest
{
CIDOrbUC, CIDOrbUC_ThisFacility.cpp.738, Failed/Not Found, Error: 6003/0/0
Could not contact the CIDLib Name Server (at CQC:13502)
The server at 192.168.0.25:13502 was not available
}
Thanks
George M
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#7
I found the problem. I had some of my computers ip address listed in the host file, including the MS. Once I deleted them all out of there It came up correctly.

Thanks again.
Thanks
George M
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