TCP/IP on 4.11

We have upgraded our Netware server from 3.12 to 4.11.  When TCP/IP
tries to load I get the follwing:

SERVER-4.11-1586: Loader cannot find public symbol:
CSL_ApplGetGroupNameByBoard

SERVER-4.11-1586: Loader cannot find public symbol:
CSL_ApplIsBoardInGroup

SERVER-4.11-1586: Loader cannot find public symbol:
CSL_ApplUpdateCallInfo

SERVER-4.11-1586: Loader cannot find public symbol:
CSL_ApplKickConnection

SERVER-4.11-1586: Loader cannot find public symbol:
CSL_ApplMakeCallWithRetries

SERVER-4.11-1548: Load file referenced undefined public variable.
Module TCPIP.NLM NOT loaded

I have everything configured in inetcfg.  Am I missing a step, or an
NLM that tcp is dependant on?
nallingtonAsked:
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BenWeissCommented:
Nallington,

This is a common problem that results from not having all of your NLM versions in synch, especially the CLIB.

When you were upgrading, did you remember to delete the recommended system files?  

Also, make sure that you've installed all of the latest patches.  They can be found at:

http://support.novell.com/search/patlst.htm

I would also suggest that you run MODULES from the console and make sure that you are running the proper versions of all NLM's.  Make sure that you aren't running anything left over from 3.12.

Also, it might not be a bad idea, once you get everything fixed, to run CONFIG to get a baseline on your network cards.  This way if anything goes wrong later, you can see if anything has changed.

Ben Weiss
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