At 01:11 PM 12/10/97 -0500, John W. Cirocco wrote:
>By chance is your /400   on a different ring or segment?
>If it is, you need to specify a default route if you have not done so.  See
>Work with TCP/IP routes on CFGTCP menu option 1.
>If it is not, have you tried to ping yourself (stop the giggling folks)?  You
>should have an entry for *loopback with IP of on the Work with
>interfaces.  Try pinging from the /400 command line to the IP address of the
>/400.  If for some reason your TCP/IP did not start up properly, this part
>would fail.

You should also try to ping the interface addresses you have set up. Also,
be sure you lines/controllers are varied on.


Vernon Hamberg
Systems Software Programmer
Old Republic National Title Insurance Company
400 Second Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55401
(612) 371-1111 x480

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