Unable to access data disk using cluster ip address in UNC path (using MS Cluster server on NT)

Discussion in 'Storage Devices' started by Kumar, Mar 24, 2004.

  1. Kumar

    Kumar Guest

    Hey ,

    I need your kind help regarding MS CLUSTER SERVER on NT. When I am
    trying to access cluster data disk with UNC path using cluster
    ipaddress ,it fails with error saying network path not found. But when
    tried with active nodename/ipaddress or cluster name , it works.
    i.e. //clustername/sharedfolder_on_data_disk and
    //activenodename_or_activenodeipaddress/sharedfolder_on_data_disk
    works fine.
    But //clusteripaddress/sharedfolder_on_data_disk fails.

    Ping and tracert was sucessfull with cluster name as well as with
    cluster ipaddress.

    nbtstat -a cluster_name is working fine but missing an entry for
    master domain browser <UNIQUE> i.e. CLUSTER_DOMAIN_NAME <1B>
    UNIQUE Registered.

    nbtstat -A cluster_ip_address always gives error message saying "HOST
    NOT FOUND".

    Please let me know if you need more info.

    I am surprise to see such behaviour.
    Can any one here help me to resolve this? I tried a lot.. now I am
    here for your help..
    HELP!!! HELP!!! HELP!!! HELP!!! HELP!!! HELP!!! HELP!!! HELP!!!
     
    Kumar, Mar 24, 2004
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