The remote server is not a known TCP/IP host.

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Can you please help me on this when I confront with “Unable to find path to the server" or "The remote server is not a known TCP/IP host" during the usage of Lotus Notes?

Considering my own experience with Lotus Notes as whenever you are faced with the earlier stated error messages, it depicts that Notes cannot create a fine Network/Internet (TCP/IP) connection with the parent server. Can any one please correct me on this?

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The remote server is not a known TCP/IP host.

Unable to find path to server. Check that your network connection is working. If you have a working connection, go to preferences – Notes Ports and click Trace to discover where it breaks down

IBM Lotus Notes

Unable to find path to server. Check that your network connection is working. If you have a working connection, go to preferences – Notes Ports and click Trace to discover where it breaks down.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #159429

The remote server is not a known TCP/IP host.

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Hi  Hamilton Honny,

Thanks for sharing the problem this error may appear due to the following reasons:

  • Your connection TCP/IP to the Internet/LAN is not working properly.
  • May be your Lotus Notes is not showing the exact location settings.
  • The server connection document connected to your home server may be missing.
  • Home server is low level or college/company network where you work the server is down.

Thanks.

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #159430

The remote server is not a known TCP/IP host.

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You need the current location of TCP/IP. You are frequently changing location. You need to call a network server before opening an application. If you can do that perfectly from the next time then you will not feel any problem.
So try this and then i think you can solve your problem.

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