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HOW DO I CONFIGURE A UNIX SERVER TO USE TC/PIP PROTOCOL FOR REMOTE ACCESS WITH A CNET ROUTER?

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by msc In reply to CONFIGURING UNIX SCO TO U ...

add a fixed route.

Say your server is 192.168.150.1 and the router has been configured as 192.168.150.2
and you want to
route to a remote network 192.168.151.?

Create a script to add a fixed route in the startup section (where you put this varys on different flavours of unix) to say

route add 192.168.151.0 192.168.150.2

the syntax of this command may depend on your unix version. but you need to say to get to 192.168.151.? go to 192.168.150.2 the router.

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by bill In reply to CONFIGURING UNIX SCO TO U ...

If you are running SCO UNIX Put your route add statement in the S85tcp directory in the /etc/rc2.d directory

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