A month ago I installed 4 - NetWare 6 servers into my production
NetWare
4.2 Tree. All went very well, including all post health checks.

The 1st NetWare 6 server is the Master, the second and third servers
are
clustered for GroupWise (no replicas) and the 4th server is a new
BorderManager 3.7/fully patched (per Craig Johnson's tips) server with
a
Read/Write Replica.

The new BorderManager server is co-existing with the old NetWare
4.2/BM3.6
server and has caused no problems whatsoever.

The issue is this:

All along I have been accessing the new BM3.7 server using NetWare
Administrator, in an effort to replicate the Access Rules and testing

before I bring the old BM box down once and for all.

Last Friday I attempted to access the new BM3.7 server via NetWare
Administrator and to my surprise, all of a sudden all 4 of the NetWare
6
boxes showed up as yellow cirlces with black characters. I could not access the server any longer. I figured I'd let things work themselves

out over the weekend, but today when I returned to work, the objects
are
still un-known in NetWare Administrator! I ran health checks today and

zero errors were reported.

I can't seem to find a relevant TID to help me on this one. Can anyone

refer me to a TID, or offer suggestions? Or at least is there another
way
to administer the Access Rules and BM Setup screen OTHER than NetWare

Administrator?

Based on past experience with BM 3.5 and 3.6, I know that I did not
change any settings that would prevent me from accessing this server.

Basically, the only thing I did was to allow (based on Groups) Client

Trust users to access the Internet via Access Rules.


Please help!