Problems with Multiple TCP/IP Addresses
If you have multiple TCP/IP addresses on your machine, some of which have reverse DNS defined, and some which do not, you can tell Lyris List Manager to only uses the TCP/IP addresses
which have reverse DNS defined.
To do this, you use the "tcpip" command line option.
For example, if you have three TCP/IP addresses, say:
18.104.22.168 And the last one, 22.214.171.124, does not have reverse DNS defined, then you want Lyris List Manager to only use the first two. To do this, you would run the following command:
lyris tcpip 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52 127.0.0.1Each TCP/IP address is separated by a space. Note: We added the TCP/IP address "127.0.0.1" to the end. This is very important: the web interface talks to the Lyris List Manager
server over the 127.0.0.1 TCP/IP address (note: 127.0.0.1 means "localhost", or this machine). If you do not list 127.0.0.1 as a TCP/IP address for Lyris List Manager to use, your web
interface will no longer work (it will say "server unavailable"). If you absolutely do not want to have Lyris List Manager use 127.0.0.1, you can make your web interface work by changing the
server_ip= line of the lyris.plc file. See TCP/IP Address of Lyris List Manager.
You can reset Lyris List Manager to automatically use all TCP/IP addresses (the default) with the command line command:
When using multiple TCP/IP addresses, it is important to remember that the TCP/IP address Lyris List Manager expects the Activation Code to be bound to is not necessarily one of the
TCP/IP addresses Lyris List Manager is configured to listen to. To determine which of your machine's TCP/IP addresses Lyris List Manager expects the Activation Code to be bound to, use the
"gettcpip" command line option: