The system administrator must configure the server with a highly available IP address (that is, an IP address that is not tied to a particular machine in the cluster) and a port number. The administrator must publish this network address to prospective clients. The CRNP does not define how this server name is made available to clients. Administrators will either use a naming service, which will enable clients to find the network address of the server dynamically, or will add the network name to a configuration file for the client to read. The server will run within the cluster as a failover resource type.