01-23-2004 05:09 AM
01-23-2004 05:16 AM
B) Samba aka CIFS/9000 -- probably your most transparent method. This lets a UNIX box emulate a Windows share in either direction
III) NFS - there are NFS Clients and Server suites for NT (e.g. www.xlink.com)
4) Variation of 1: Use Perl's Net::FTP module to automate FTP transfers.
01-23-2004 05:40 AM
You'll need a valid logon account and nothing more.
ftp is built into both operating systems and by default ftp is enabled on most HP-UX installations.
If you are gonig to be doing this regularly, then NFS is an option, but you'll need a NFS client for the Windows box.
If you want to do this regularly and for free, download and install these two products on the HP-UX box:
swinstall -x autoreboot=true -s /full_path_of _the_depot_you_downloaded \*
They are already built into the Windows box.
If you run into specific issues, go ahead and post them back.
Owner of ISN Corporation
01-23-2004 05:44 AM
2) use ftp (don't forget the difference of the ascii modes between W2k and real OS's like HP-UX)
3) use ssh/scp/sftp. Putty has nice solutions for that on the W2k server, openssh works fine on HP-UX
4) install NFS client on W2k server to mount NFS exported filesystem of the HP-UX server.