Preset Terminals for TCPIP Addresses

Preset Terminals for TCPIP Addresses

Post by Jef » Sun, 30 Mar 1997 04:00:00

Hello Everyone,
I was wondering if it's possible to assign terminals such as ttyp0, ttyp1, etc
to incoming telnet clients on specific IP's

If anyone can help, I would be greatful

Jeffrey Estrela


1. OS/2 TCPIP and Linux TCPIP

At work I am attempting to plug a Linux based PC with ethernet into a
existing network of PCs running OS/2 2.1 and OS/2 TCPIP.  The Linux box is
running 1.0.8, Slackware 1.2.0.

Things I've done so far:
/etc/hosts - manual added all the host mappings since we not using a named
/etc/rc.d/rc.inet1 - ifconfig to set the IP, netmask and broadcast address
for dev eth0
 - also does a route to add the network id
I've made some other 'minor' changes (like resolv.conf, etc) but the above
is the major changes.

I can successful ping my own address but not the OS/2 boxes.  When I have
the OS/2 boxes ping me, ifconfig shows eth0 logging RX errors.

Any ideas what might be wrong?  Do I have to set something up special
(like in the kernal) to communicate with OS/2 TCPIP?

Thanks for any help.
-Bruce Adelsman

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