Sites in a hierarchy communicate with other sites with each other by using one or more senders, but senders are useless without addresses. Addresses tell senders where to find the site servers of destination sites.
Addresses are also sender-type specific, which means that the sending site needs not only a different address for each destination site, but a different address for each type of sender used. For example, for site AAA to communicate with sites BBB and CCC using Standard Sender and ISDN RAS Sender, site AAA needs four addresses:
SMS 2.0 sites communicate by using package routing. During package routing, communications are passed up and down a hierarchy from site to site. This means that a site needs addresses only for its parent site and child sites, but not for other ancestor, sibling, or subsites.
Change from SMS 1.2 SMS 1.2 requires that each site have an address for every other site it communicates with in the hierarchy.
View a Site's Addresses
View an Address's Properties
Create an Address
Modify an Address
Delete an Address
Setting Schedules for Addresses
Setting Maximum Data Transfer Rates for Addresses
Configuring Site Communications
Addresses Configuration Overview