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Subject: Re: Cipe Win32 Problems
From: Jack Britton <Jack.britton,AT,britton-consulting,DOT,com>
Date: Mon, 30 Dec 2002 17:14:28 +0100
In-reply-to: <1041254772.2155.13.camel@boaz>



CIPE under Linux works like a champ using hostnames.? Both the server and the 
laptop I connect to it with are configured using hostnames.





On Mon, 2002-12-30 at 08:47, Damion Wilson wrote:
    
CIPE-Win32 doesn't use hostnames yet, only dotted quad IP addresses. It's on 
my list of things to do (as well as rewriting the control panel applet). For 
that matter, I didn't know that CIPE was using hostnames either.

DKW

On Monday 30 December 2002 09:26 am, Jack Britton wrote:
> I have a RedHat 8 (kernel 2.4.18.14) running CIPE 1-4.5-11.  I have
> several CIPE interfaces configured on the server so that several road
> warriors can attach to it and gain access to the network.  I can connect
> to any of the listening interfaces with my RedHat 8
> (kernel-1.4.18-19.8.0) running CIPE 1.4.5-11.
>
> I have installed cipe-Win32 (pre 15) on a basic Windows 2000 SP 0
> desktop and cannot connect.  I ran tcpdump -i <interfacename> on the
> linux server and never saw a packet hit the box.  It is as if cipe was
> not trying to connect with the linux box.
>
> I was running cipsrvr console on the Windows side to trouble shoot.  It
> shows the peer coming up and shows Cipe sending a CT_PING message and
> then stops.  I dont see any traffic on my network using ethereal.
>
> Just for Info
>
> CIPE Win32                              CIPE LINUX
> IP 0.0.0.0 Port 7779                    IP cipe.hostname.com Port 7779
> PEER IP cipe.hostname.com Port 7779     PEER IP 0.0.0.0 Port 7779
> local cipe ip 192.168.5.6             local cipe ip 192.168.5.5
> ptp cipe ip 192.168.5.5                 ptp cipe ip 192.168.5.6
>
> Any ideas??
>
> Regards,
>
> Jack Britton


    





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