----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, 29 November 1999 19:49
Subject: Re: TTloop: Peer died: unknown error in syslog (tcp stop / tcp
> I have the same problem.
> I am not using DHCP on the SCO box but on a NT server.
> telnetd: ttloop: peer died: Unknown error
> Please post any solutions to the problem.
> Thank you.
> > We are using sco 5.0.5
> > Can anyone help me with the following error
> > In /usr/adm/syslog the following error
> > TTloop: peer died unknown error
> > Once in about 4 days we get this message in syslog, and all P.C's are
> > pingable from the server anymore.
> > When we do tcp stop / tcp start it is working again.
> > ( We are using dhcp, could this be the problem ? )
> > Any suggestions ?
> > :(
Could you tell me wich hardware you are using ?
We are using
IBM NETFINITY 5500 SERVER
1 AMD NIC ( Imb product )
2 INTEL NIC'S (Imb product )
WINDOWS NT Client's ( service pack 6 ) & Reflection for terminal emulation.
I've read an article about this message, how to recreate this message in the
* Logon from a Windows P.C. with a wrong password and then immediate close
the connection in your terminal emulation program.
* I've got the same message in my syslog, but i did not have to stop tcp and
I've got no solution at the moment, but i'm trying to get the help of IBM.