06-11-2002 03:57 PM
This machine is an internal development box. The machine is a K460 running HP/UX 11.0.
Here are the relevant lines from the various files
hostname : verbie
ip : 192.168.1.34
hosts: files [NOTFOUND=continue] dns [NOTFOUND=return]
127.0.0.1 localhost loopback
192.168.1.34 hnsdev.esdiconsulting.com verbie
The machine is not listed in a DNS server and not accessed from the Internet.
Does this all look correct?
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06-11-2002 04:05 PM
hosts: files [NOTFOUND=continue UNAVAIL=return TRYAGAIN=return] dns [NOTFOUND=return UNAVAIL=continue TRYAGAIN=return]
WIth the hosts file, why have a fully qualified name listed, why not just the host?
06-11-2002 04:11 PM
Resolv.conf looks fine (bare minimum.. but works).
What dies (swagent?), or what can't you get out to?
06-12-2002 09:53 AM
I wasn't sure I needed a fully qualified hostname in hosts. Just one of the things I tried when things "weren't" working.
Where do the route entries go?
My resolv.conf file has more info (nis, etc). I was just posting the part I assume were important to my problem.
I have Oracle 8.1.6/WebDB on the machine and they have been running for several weeks without a problem. The problem I was having involved running a Coldfusion MX server on the same machine. I was having problems that appeared to be name resolution.
I think I needed to reboot when I made one of the changes.
06-12-2002 11:04 AM
06-12-2002 11:26 AM
Putting the entries in /etc/rc.config.d/netconf covers you for the next reboot. To get the route setup NOW - you either have to bounce the net daemon after editing the netconf file
or issue the route add command
route add default 192.168.1.1 1
The last value is hop count to the router - usually 1.
Check the routing tables with
You should now see your default route - test the actual route by trying to ping something on another subnet.