"Port mapper on server 10.10.254.75 is not responding"

"Port mapper on server 10.10.254.75 is not responding"

Post by Ty Lam » Thu, 03 Feb 2000 04:00:00



I'm getting the following error after I boot up my SCO 5.0.5 machine:

"Port mapper on server 10.10.254.75 is not responding"

At one time I did have the IP as .75 but now it is at a different IP.  Does
anyone know of the file that I need to edit in order to get this error
message to go away?

Ty...

 
 
 

"Port mapper on server 10.10.254.75 is not responding"

Post by Fred » Thu, 03 Feb 2000 04:00:00


When you have a problem like this you can go to www.sco.com and go to the
technical articals.

On this URL is your problem and how to solve it:
http://diana.sco.com/ns-search/TAEXT/net/102428.shtml?NS-search-set=/...
aaa004T_97e45a&NS-doc-offset=0&

Good luck

 
 
 

"Port mapper on server 10.10.254.75 is not responding"

Post by Roberto Zin » Thu, 03 Feb 2000 04:00:00



> I'm getting the following error after I boot up my SCO 5.0.5 machine:

> "Port mapper on server 10.10.254.75 is not responding"

> At one time I did have the IP as .75 but now it is at a different IP.  Does
> anyone know of the file that I need to edit in order to get this error
> message to go away?

> Ty...

Double check to see if your hostname appears twice in
/etc/hosts; if this is the case, remove the old one
and reboot your system.

Best,
Roberto

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"Port mapper on server 10.10.254.75 is not responding"

Post by Stephen Mike » Mon, 07 Feb 2000 04:00:00


I had the same problem.  You have a duplicate entry in etc/hosts.


Quote:> I'm getting the following error after I boot up my SCO 5.0.5 machine:

> "Port mapper on server 10.10.254.75 is not responding"

> At one time I did have the IP as .75 but now it is at a different IP.
Does
> anyone know of the file that I need to edit in order to get this error
> message to go away?

> Ty...

 
 
 

"Port mapper on server 10.10.254.75 is not responding"

Post by Lee Lofgre » Tue, 15 Feb 2000 04:00:00


This is usually caused by changing your IP address and not removing the old
one from the /etc/hosts file. Unix does not automatically remove it for you.

> I had the same problem.  You have a duplicate entry in etc/hosts.



> > I'm getting the following error after I boot up my SCO 5.0.5 machine:

> > "Port mapper on server 10.10.254.75 is not responding"

> > At one time I did have the IP as .75 but now it is at a different IP.
> Does
> > anyone know of the file that I need to edit in order to get this error
> > message to go away?

> > Ty...