The message ID for the traceroute on the system I (same for first 3 hops)
Message ID . . . . . . : TCP3262
Date sent . . . . . . : 10/17/12 Time sent . . . . . . : 09:13:13
Message . . . . : 1 * * *
Cause . . . . . : For hop 1 no response was received within the specified
time to probes 1 to 3.
Yes the 249 address shows up in netstat
10.50.130.249 50757 telnet 000:16:21 Established
10.50.130.249 50760 telnet 000:15:58 Established
[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of rob@xxxxxxxxx
Sent: Wednesday, October 17, 2012 9:54 AM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: Re: connection issue
"bombs out" is a bit techie for me. Could you simplify that by telling me
the error message id and any reason codes or such stuff that you get?
Does that new IP address show up in NETSTAT?
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From: "Jeff Elam" <jelam@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 10/17/2012 09:45 AM
Subject: connection issue
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I've had this issue before. I don't remember what I did to fix it though.
have a laptop at a remote location. If I assign it IP address
it will not connect to the system I (V6R1) using Client Access. If I
the IP address to say 10.50.130.249 it connects to the system I with no
Using the IP address 10.50.130.250
I've tried the CWBPING and receive error CWBC01003 Socket error, function
connect <> returned 10060.
I can't ping the system I from the PC. I can't ping that address from the
system I either.
I've performed a tracert from the PC and I can see it connect to the
at the remote location and the router at the location of the System I then
it times out.
I've performed a traceroute from the system I and it bombs immediately.
When I try to connect from the PC I can see a job in the TCP/IP status
10.50.130.250 50665 telnet 000:00:11 SYN-received
This job goes away after a short while.
If I perform the above with the 10.50.130.249 address everything works
I have multiple devices at this location that access the system I with no
The 250 address might have been used by another device at one point in
It's almost like the system I is holding something from that connection
address or something), not allowing the new device to connect with that
The difference between the two IP addresses is one has full internet
the other address is filtered through a website filtering device. I've
worked around the issue by opening up the 10.50.130.249 address to full
internet access but I'm still curious as to what the issue might be.