Does anyone know what the Letter H Represents in RNRP Monitor ?
In RNRP Monitor you will see the letter h, name= PCNAME.Domain etc...
For the First Time at least someone has noticed that the letter h is missing. Please see attached. Everything seems to be running fine with no errors.
I could not find anywhere what the h represents.
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It means that the "hosts" file on the Node contains the IP Address of this Node.
Host names in the RNRP monitor
The RNRP monitor shows the node names for nodes where the RNRP’s host file service works as intended (see RNRP’s host file service on page 135). The names are displayed when the monitor is started. Addresses for interface which are not registered in DNS will not be entered in the hosts file. An address which is entered in the hosts file is indicated with "h," before name = ...