|Subject:||Re: Access to FBSD via LAN|
|From:||Stephane Raimbault (se...@segr.ml.org)|
|Date:||May 20, 1998 12:06:42 am|
If you look in some of my most recent posts I have included a ifconfig -a in the message. To the questions any firewall stuff etc... well This is pretty much a fresh 2.2.6-RELEASE Kernel Install with an modified kernel to acomadate the extra network card. Yes I could telnet to 192.168.0.1 (now 192.168.126.1) however I noticed when I did such a thing in netstat -r it would show the 192.168.0.1 (or 192.168.126.1 now) that the attached adapter was the lo0 (loopback I believe).
This has to be one of the most frustrating thing I have encountered with FBSD. I think it should be simple, but I will be damn if I can find it...
hmmm... I just tried a 'tcpdump ed1' and got the following error: tcpdump: /dev/bpf0: Device not configured could this be my problem?
Thank you for all your time, Stephane R.
On Wed, 20 May 1998, Scott Mitchell wrote:
Stephane Raimbault said:
Sorry for not being clear, I was just slightly frustrated... What I cannnot do is telnet or ftp or whatever to 192.168.0.1, however I can ping it. I know that those services work because I can do telnet/ftp etc vian Net on ed0 but I can't seem to do it via ed1 (LAN). I can ping all machines on the lan from any machine on the LAN with no problems. I can't understand where the problem is. If you can help, please do :-)
Thank you for your time, Stephane Raimbault
Weird. You don't have any firewalling/tcp-wrappers etc set up that might be blocking those services?
Try running tcpdump on ed1 and see if packets are actually getting through. And could you post the output from 'ifconfig -a' just to make sure the card is being configured OK.
Can you telnet to 192.168.0.1 from the FreeBSD box?
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