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In my Network Administration - Novell class today we installed Suse Linux.  In the process of installing our teacher had us all use the same name for our Tree (named AeroDyn).  What we found out was that out of our 6 servers that we have going, only one can get on the internet at one time.  This will very much hinder us in upcoming labs.  So my question is can the Tree be renamed and if so, how?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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I'm not sure if there is a way to do that or not.  The only thing I can come up with is this: http://support.novell.com/docs/Tids/Solutions/10021052.html and this only applies to older versions of Novell Netware.  Another option would be to place the servers on separate subnets so they don't see each other.
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it is quite better if you run the proxy
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You can rename an eDirectory tree using the dsmerge command from the console.
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