I am in the process of adding an E/ISA LAN card to my HP 9000 series 700
workstation cluster. The built-in LAN is being used to connect the
cluster--using coaxial cable. The machines all worked without any trouble
until I attempted to activate the E/ISA card. Now, you can log in to all the
machines, do file manipulation (i.e. copy, move, transfer from machine to
machine), print using GatorPrint. I cannot telnet or rlogin from machine to
machine. Ping gives a 100% packet loss. I can log in from the outside world
using the E/ISA card.
How can I get all of my capability back? The built-in LAN still has the same
IP address that it had before I added the new card. The new card has a new IP
address. They both have the same first two octets (146.154.xxx.xxx). I have
been told that this is one of my problems...can someone explain. I also am
confused about subnetwork masks. I may or may not have to use this.
I would appreciate any help I can get...I'll check comp.sys.hp.hpux