Anders Aslund 28.Nov.11 12:50 PM a Web browser Server 8.5.2 IFR1 Linux
I have a problem with Lotus Sametime 8.5.2IFR1 server.
I cannot connect a user from several Clients to the server.
* User is logged in to Sametime in Notes client, then login to our Lotus Connections server (which uses ST Proxy)
- result: user is logged out from Sametime in Notes
* User is logged in to Sametime in Notes client, then uses Android client to login to Sametime. The Android client uses ST Proxy.
- result: Andriod client is denied to log on
* User is logged in to Sametime in Notes client, then Sametime Connect Standalone is connecting same user. It is the same IP for these two.
- result: Both are now online
* User is logged in to Sametime in Notes client on client 1. Then logs in using Sametime in Notes on client 2. (different IP)
- result: Computer 2 is denied logging in
Here is solution:
So it is a bit strange that =25 would not fix it. But I am happy there is a solution at least.
The solution did not work during some further testing. I need to continue debug this.
After several hours of debugging I found the answer. The connection to the STProxy server was done through Lotus Connections, and this server was caching connections to the old STProxy server. I did restart of whole Connections.
Also another thing which could play a role. The Connections-server had SSO ".company.com" and the Sametime WAS had "company.com" without the dot ".". This was corrected.
Also an old STProxy was on the network. Since WebSphere caches a lot of information this could be bad. So make sure that alla old servers a shut down while debugging this.
Also make sure that clock is exactly the same on all servers. This could have fatal impact on this function.
Should be on both servers!