10-18-2006 06:13 AM
A group with little or no networking knowledge configures them.
While trouble-shooting one the other day I checked out the configuration. DHCP state is enabled and the Internet Address, Mask, and Gateway are static. Why both? Why not configure with one or the other?
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10-18-2006 11:20 AM
Does your current setup work or not?
if not working, you can choose static or dynamic addressing. I guess your previous team might have tried setup your DECServer as DHCP client with permanent lease for the specific IP address; with this option we no need to release the currently assigned IP.
OR there is a method to map any outside IP permanently to your DS 700 client.
10-18-2006 04:38 PM
They communicate at half duplex 10 Mb.
Archunan thank you for a reply to my question.
10-18-2006 08:06 PM
If you connect via TCP/IP over a WAN or routed VLAN the DECservers need to be on a reachable IP subnet, either the same subnet as the systems you connect from, or accessible via a TCP/IP router. If the DECservers are on a direct path LAN or VLAN then you can also use the LAT protocol.
You might find this useful - it's a little old now, but might help: http://www.downloads.xdelta.co.uk/decus%20uk%20200
10-19-2006 12:27 AM
We have been asked by users to supply this additional feature for their application. The default setting for the DECserver is still BootP. The current images supported at V3.3 are wweng2(.sys) and mneng4(.sys)