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Cant Assign DAG an IP Address - 31.Aug.2011 3:30:36 PM   


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While trying to backup our Exchange 2010 environment to prepare for its launch we found that the DAG did not have an ip address. It has databases on it and they work perfectly but when looking at its ip's there are none.

When i go into the shell or the emc and try i get an error that states "the group is unable to accept the request since it is moving to another node".

The only maintenance we did was last night i shut down one of our two mbx servers, then after it came up i restarted the other to install the exchange remote agent for backup exec.

If i look at the cluster the ip was not set, but if i do set it as a static ip and click ok it takes a while and gives the same error.

Any ideas what is wrong?

On my four databases, the active and passive copies are either active or healthy. I have errors on the cluster that say Cluster resouce cluster ip address in clustered service or application clusteer group failed.

The subnet that the DAG is in does not have dhcp on it, but is routable between servers and the rest of the company.
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