win95<->linux , telnet & ftp problem

win95<->linux , telnet & ftp problem

Post by Gadi R » Sun, 16 Nov 1997 04:00:00



Hi all,
i have two boxes one linux (RH 4.2 ) and the other is win 95  , they are
connected with
ne2000 card , i'm trying to  telnet the linux box , but the connection is
very slow
(its take about 1 min until i get the login prompt ) , when i ping from the
win95 box
the reply  takes  about 0.2ms, all the TCP/IP setting is o.k
Please help,
thanks in advanced, Gideon

 
 
 

win95<->linux , telnet & ftp problem

Post by Gerhard Pfeiffe » Sun, 16 Nov 1997 04:00:00


 I also had the same Problem. My problem was: I had specified a non
exsisting nameserver in linux ( I normaly use a ppp connection over my
modem ) but because the modem connection was not there, no nameserver was
found. It had exactly this effect.


Quote:>Hi all,
>i have two boxes one linux (RH 4.2 ) and the other is win 95  , they are
>connected with
>ne2000 card , i'm trying to  telnet the linux box , but the connection is
>very slow
>(its take about 1 min until i get the login prompt ) , when i ping from the
>win95 box
>the reply  takes  about 0.2ms, all the TCP/IP setting is o.k
>Please help,
>thanks in advanced, Gideon


 
 
 

win95<->linux , telnet & ftp problem

Post by Lanc » Tue, 18 Nov 1997 04:00:00


In the control panel (networking) on your win95 box set an IP address for
the TCP/IP protocol for your network adapter. Then add the IP address and
hostname to your /etc/hosts file on your linux box (of course taking care to
follow the format of the entries already present).

no warranties - use at your own risk -

it works on mine.

good luck,
Lance

P.S. as a last resort you could read the ethernet howto and perhaps the
samba documentation.


>Hi all,
>i have two boxes one linux (RH 4.2 ) and the other is win 95  , they are
>connected with
>ne2000 card , i'm trying to  telnet the linux box , but the connection is
>very slow
>(its take about 1 min until i get the login prompt ) , when i ping from the
>win95 box
>the reply  takes  about 0.2ms, all the TCP/IP setting is o.k
>Please help,
>thanks in advanced, Gideon

 
 
 

win95<->linux , telnet & ftp problem

Post by Lanc » Tue, 18 Nov 1997 04:00:00


don't forget to make sure the IP addresses are of the same class
(RFC1597 "address allocation for private networks") will tell you which
address blocks you can
use for a private network without having to ask any organisation.

eg
192.168.0.1 (linux box)
192.168.0.2 (win95 box)


>In the control panel (networking) on your win95 box set an IP address for
>the TCP/IP protocol for your network adapter. Then add the IP address and
>hostname to your /etc/hosts file on your linux box (of course taking care
to
>follow the format of the entries already present).

>no warranties - use at your own risk -

>it works on mine.

>good luck,
>Lance

>P.S. as a last resort you could read the ethernet howto and perhaps the
>samba documentation.


>>Hi all,
>>i have two boxes one linux (RH 4.2 ) and the other is win 95  , they are
>>connected with
>>ne2000 card , i'm trying to  telnet the linux box , but the connection is
>>very slow
>>(its take about 1 min until i get the login prompt ) , when i ping from
the
>>win95 box
>>the reply  takes  about 0.2ms, all the TCP/IP setting is o.k
>>Please help,
>>thanks in advanced, Gideon

 
 
 

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