Summary: On some iprint client printers, the cluster ip address had been
replaced with the address of the node server.

Details:
We have iprint running on 2 clustered NW6.5 SP6 servers. No issues for
over a year. Yesterday, we had a major power outage and only one of our
buildings kept power. The building with the servers lost power, but we
kept our web servers and one NW server up for awhile with our UPS. That
NW server is not the one that typically hosts the printing service, but
it has always worked fine and worked fine yesterday. When we decided
that we had to down the NW server, it abended. Sadly, I didn't get an
abend log because we were trying to preserve as much power as we could
for the web servers.

The power came back on last night and we got most everything back up and
running. This morning, I moved the print service back to the node it is
usually on. However, about half of the users that had not lost power
yesterday could not print today. The other users were having no problem.
I discovered that on the malfunctioning client printers, the cluster ip
address had been replaced with the address of the node server. On most
of the affected PCs, all printer IPs were replaced. On some PCs, it was
a mixed; some IPs got replaced and some stayed the same. No other
services appeared to be affected. Any ideas how this could have
happened, and if there is some configuration I need to check? Thanks.

Tim