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Re: Dynamism of replica locations
> Can an LDUP replica ever move from one IP address to another? If so, there are
> issues around keeping its peers able to locate it.
I don't think anyone has suggested banning changes to the access parameters,
but such changes are generally outside the scope of LDUP replication sessions.
The administrator(s) would have to make local changes at each DSA where the
address information is stored, possibly by using LDAP to modify the entries
representing the replication agreements and replication partner DSAs.
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