Post by Durga Prasad
-NET-I-(td23) session opened to port 23,fd 57, by host 220.127.116.11 port 2732
-NET-E-(td23) waiting to tclitelnet to finish try again later
actually host is in display is 18.104.22.168
how can i change this ip address....
Welcome back to the comp.os,vms newsgroup... Been a while since
you've last posted....
To help me understand the particular context you're working in here,
could you provide a few more details around the commands and software
and context? OpenVMS system and version, and a little more context
on the error itself could help me understand what you're working with.
Which commands were used for the display that is showing the actual
host address, etc? The last time you were asking networking-related
questions, it was with an OpenVMS Alpha V7.3-2 on unspecified Alpha
hardware, with an Oracle database around. Have there been any updates
or details changed here, or is this a different configuration involved?
Is this an AlphaServer ES47, ES80 or GS1280 server, perchance? And if
so, are you looking for assistance configuring the internal network
within one of these servers, or troubleshooting a related issue? If
so, that's detailed in the AlphaServer GS1280 manual, though the
address range you're using here is pretty typical. This might help:
That only if you're working with the server's own internal network,
and not with your organization's own internal network — some
AlphaServer systems had a network within, and used to access the MBM
and SRM consoles.
Or is this a question of changing the OpenVMS IP address for one or
more interfaces that might be present? Changing the address of the
server either on your client — which client? — or on the AlphaServer
system, on your organization's own network or the public internet?
If you're looking to change the IP address of an OpenVMS server, that's
via @SYS$MANAGER:TCPIP$CONFIG (newer releases) or
@SYS$MANAGER:UCX$CONFIG (older releases), or via whatever tools are
used for the third-party IP stack that might be installed. Configure
the core environments, in the interfaces section.
If this is on the client system initiating the telnet connection, we'll
need a few more details of the client system in use, the telnet command
that initiated that error, and whether there's DNS around with the
necessary IP address translation.
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