• Subject: TCP/IP & CAw95 configuration troubles
  • From: Christian Zander <100070.2407@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 8 Dec 1997 04:11:12 -0500

Hello Guillermo,

I have compared your configuration with my own one. I have found only two
differences.

1. CFGTCP option 12 (local domain)
you wrote
CPI1.DOMINIO400...
CPI1
I assume it hat to read as 
DOMINIO400.CPI.COM (this is the domain name)
CPI1 (this is the host name)

But this might not be a problem.

2. CFGTCP option 3 (Attributes)
You wrote:
 TCPKEEPALV     120             
 TCPURGPTR      *BSD            
 TCPRCVBUF      8192            
 TCPSNDBUF      8192            
 UDPCKS         *YES            
 IPDTGFWD       *NO             
 IPRSBTIMO      120             
 IPTTL          64              
 ARPTIMO        5               
 LOGPCLERR      *NO             

I have:
 TCPKEEPALV     120             
 TCPURGPTR      *BSD            
 TCPRCVBUF      8192            
 TCPSNDBUF      8192            
 UDPCKS         *NO            
 IPDTGFWD       *NO             
 IPRSBTIMO      120             
 IPTTL          64              
 ARPTIMO        120               
 LOGPCLERR      *NO

I'm pretty sure that UPDCKS(*YES) is not compatible with Win95-TCP/IP. But
since I'm not a TCP/IP guru this is only an assumption. I have it at *NO
and my configuration works. The time-out is longer at my location, but this
must not be a problem either.

I hope this was a little bit helpful.

Adios

Chris
calling from Kassel, Germany
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