JSI Tip 7316. When you view the network properties of a cluster server, using 'cluster network /properties', the last octet of the address is always zero?

When you use the cluster network /properties command, or the short cluster net /prop command, the last octet of the address is always zero, instead of the actual last octet of the IP address.

This behavior is by design, as the cluster net /prop command returns the correct network ID or subnet address, NOT the IP address.

To return the IP address of all interfaces, use the cluster netinterface /properties (cluster netint /prop) command.

To narrow the list, specify a node name or network name with the cluster netint /prop command.

NOTE: For syntax, type cluster netint /?



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