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TSM server shows old IP in a query sys

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I have a customer that we migrated from V5 to V7 for a TSM Server. When he does a q sys it shows 2 IP addreses. the first one may be something like 10.10.1.227 and the new server is 10.10.1.229.
Is this because he is missing TCPSERVERADDRESS in the DSMSERV.OPT file?
 

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The server hostname/IP address is set using the SET SERVERHLADDRESS command. You can set it as an IP or hostname.
set serverhladdress 1.2.3.4
or
set serverhladdress tsmserver.yourcompany.com
 

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