Michael Mollard | 1 Apr 02:54 2007
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Re: question about inetcfg options

Mike,
Are the protocols enabled in inetcfg?  Are they bound to the card 
(again, in inetcfg)?  You really only want to enable tcpip, and bind 
ethernet_II to the card.  You should be able to turn the rest off ?

Michael Gorn wrote:
> Hi
> I have just installed a second ethernet card in a few of my Dell servers running NetWare 6.5 SP6. All I want is
normal TCP/IP Ethernet_II Frame on them. After going to inetcfg on one server and choose View (Read-Only)
All INETCFG-Generated Commands
> I get the following:
>  
> LOAD SNMP
> LOAD BCALLSRV
> LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_1_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=10018
> LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_2_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=10019
> LOAD Tcpip RIP=No Static=Yes LoadSharing=No Forward=No VIPASupport=No
> BIND IP CE1000_1_EII ADDRESS=10.1.1.4 MASK=255.255.0.0
> BIND IP CE1000_2_EII ADDRESS=10.2.2.4 MASK=255.255.252.0
>  
> However, on the other 3 servers I get this:
>  
> LOAD SNMP
> LOAD BCALLSRV
> LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_1_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=10018
> LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_2_E82 FRAME=Ethernet_802.2 SLOT=10019
> LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_2_E83 FRAME=Ethernet_802.3 SLOT=10019
> LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_2_ESP FRAME=Ethernet_SNAP SLOT=10019
> LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_2_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=10019
> LOAD Tcpip RIP=No Static=Yes LoadSharing=No Forward=No VIPASupport=No
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Randy Grein | 1 Apr 04:02 2007
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Re: question about inetcfg options

Looks like you're loading IPX at some point - or were. Or the machine  
thought you were. Try adding IPX then deleting it.
Randy Grein, Master CNE, CCNA

On Mar 31, 2007, at 11:45 AM, Michael Gorn wrote:

> Hi
> I have just installed a second ethernet card in a few of my Dell  
> servers running NetWare 6.5 SP6. All I want is normal TCP/IP  
> Ethernet_II Frame on them. After going to inetcfg on one server and  
> choose View (Read-Only) All INETCFG-Generated Commands
> I get the following:
>
> LOAD SNMP
> LOAD BCALLSRV
> LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_1_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=10018
> LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_2_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=10019
> LOAD Tcpip RIP=No Static=Yes LoadSharing=No Forward=No VIPASupport=No
> BIND IP CE1000_1_EII ADDRESS=10.1.1.4 MASK=255.255.0.0
> BIND IP CE1000_2_EII ADDRESS=10.2.2.4 MASK=255.255.252.0
>
> However, on the other 3 servers I get this:
>
> LOAD SNMP
> LOAD BCALLSRV
> LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_1_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=10018
> LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_2_E82 FRAME=Ethernet_802.2 SLOT=10019
> LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_2_E83 FRAME=Ethernet_802.3 SLOT=10019
> LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_2_ESP FRAME=Ethernet_SNAP SLOT=10019
> LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_2_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=10019
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Eric Rothweiler | 1 Apr 04:58 2007
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Re: OES 2 Questions

> 4) Will the DNS/DHCP services from NW6.5 SP5 be migrated over

> without
> > any issues?
>
> There is a rumour that the DNS/DHCP services that curently run on
> Netware will be ported. But that's only a rumour..

The DNS/DHCP team had an RFC accepted to source DHCP info from LDAP and have
written the first implementation of it to be shipped with OES2.  DNS has
also been ported to OES2 with eDirectory integration but it's back end is
not RFC compliant.  There will be a migration tool to move your current
NetWare based DNS/DHCP to the new engine.

I do have the business card of the engineer out of India that is in charge
of this project but it's at the office and I'm not  :-)

Eric
Michael Gorn | 1 Apr 05:53 2007

Re: question about inetcfg options

That's the problem - I can't find a menu in inetcfg to turn off the rest. Maybe I am just missing something but
how exactly do I unbind the rest? I have only tcp/ip configured. The rest are listed as unconfigured.

>>> Michael Mollard <molm <at> cvxmck.edu.au> 3/31/2007 8:54 PM >>>
Mike,
Are the protocols enabled in inetcfg?  Are they bound to the card 
(again, in inetcfg)?  You really only want to enable tcpip, and bind 
ethernet_II to the card.  You should be able to turn the rest off ?

Michael Gorn wrote:
> Hi
> I have just installed a second ethernet card in a few of my Dell servers running NetWare 6.5 SP6. All I want is
normal TCP/IP Ethernet_II Frame on them. After going to inetcfg on one server and choose View (Read-Only)
All INETCFG-Generated Commands
> I get the following:
>  
> LOAD SNMP
> LOAD BCALLSRV
> LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_1_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=10018
> LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_2_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=10019
> LOAD Tcpip RIP=No Static=Yes LoadSharing=No Forward=No VIPASupport=No
> BIND IP CE1000_1_EII ADDRESS=10.1.1.4 MASK=255.255.0.0
> BIND IP CE1000_2_EII ADDRESS=10.2.2.4 MASK=255.255.252.0
>  
> However, on the other 3 servers I get this:
>  
> LOAD SNMP
> LOAD BCALLSRV
> LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_1_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=10018
> LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_2_E82 FRAME=Ethernet_802.2 SLOT=10019
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Joe Doupnik | 1 Apr 06:28 2007

Re: question about inetcfg options

>Hi
>I have just installed a second ethernet card in a few of my Dell servers running NetWare 6.5 SP6. All I want is
normal TCP/IP Ethernet_II Frame on them. After going to inetcfg on one server and choose View (Read-Only)
All INETCFG-Generated Commands
>I get the following:
> 
>LOAD SNMP
>LOAD BCALLSRV
>LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_1_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=10018
>LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_2_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=10019
>LOAD Tcpip RIP=No Static=Yes LoadSharing=No Forward=No VIPASupport=No
>BIND IP CE1000_1_EII ADDRESS=10.1.1.4 MASK=255.255.0.0
>BIND IP CE1000_2_EII ADDRESS=10.2.2.4 MASK=255.255.252.0
> 
>However, on the other 3 servers I get this:
> 
>LOAD SNMP
>LOAD BCALLSRV
>LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_1_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=10018
>LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_2_E82 FRAME=Ethernet_802.2 SLOT=10019
>LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_2_E83 FRAME=Ethernet_802.3 SLOT=10019
>LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_2_ESP FRAME=Ethernet_SNAP SLOT=10019
>LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_2_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=10019
>LOAD Tcpip RIP=No Static=Yes LoadSharing=No Forward=No VIPASupport=No
>BIND IP CE1000_1_EII ADDRESS=10.1.1.2 MASK=255.255.0.0
>BIND IP CE1000_2_EII ARP=Yes Mask=255.255.252.0 Address=10.2.2.2
> 
>How do I get rid of the extra frame types 802.2, 802.3 and SNAP? How did they get in there?
>Thanks..
> -Mike.
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Michael Gorn | 1 Apr 07:45 2007

Re: question about inetcfg options

what do you mean by "transfer the settings" ? which menu choice do I access to "open up the TCP protocol section"?

>>> Joe Doupnik <JRD <at> cc.usu.edu> 4/1/2007 12:28 AM >>>
>Hi
>I have just installed a second ethernet card in a few of my Dell servers running NetWare 6.5 SP6. All I want is
normal TCP/IP Ethernet_II Frame on them. After going to inetcfg on one server and choose View (Read-Only)
All INETCFG-Generated Commands
>I get the following:
> 
>LOAD SNMP
>LOAD BCALLSRV
>LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_1_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=10018
>LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_2_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=10019
>LOAD Tcpip RIP=No Static=Yes LoadSharing=No Forward=No VIPASupport=No
>BIND IP CE1000_1_EII ADDRESS=10.1.1.4 MASK=255.255.0.0
>BIND IP CE1000_2_EII ADDRESS=10.2.2.4 MASK=255.255.252.0
> 
>However, on the other 3 servers I get this:
> 
>LOAD SNMP
>LOAD BCALLSRV
>LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_1_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=10018
>LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_2_E82 FRAME=Ethernet_802.2 SLOT=10019
>LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_2_E83 FRAME=Ethernet_802.3 SLOT=10019
>LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_2_ESP FRAME=Ethernet_SNAP SLOT=10019
>LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_2_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=10019
>LOAD Tcpip RIP=No Static=Yes LoadSharing=No Forward=No VIPASupport=No
>BIND IP CE1000_1_EII ADDRESS=10.1.1.2 MASK=255.255.0.0
>BIND IP CE1000_2_EII ARP=Yes Mask=255.255.252.0 Address=10.2.2.2
> 
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Gordon Ross | 1 Apr 09:30 2007
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Re: OES 2 Questions

That's good news ! 

Thanks,

GTG

>>> "Eric Rothweiler" <jetadmin <at> gmail.com>  >>>
> 4) Will the DNS/DHCP services from NW6.5 SP5 be migrated over

> without
> > any issues?
>
> There is a rumour that the DNS/DHCP services that curently run on
> Netware will be ported. But that's only a rumour..

The DNS/DHCP team had an RFC accepted to source DHCP info from LDAP and
have
written the first implementation of it to be shipped with OES2.  DNS has
also been ported to OES2 with eDirectory integration but it's back end
is
not RFC compliant.  There will be a migration tool to move your current
NetWare based DNS/DHCP to the new engine.
Joe Doupnik | 1 Apr 16:39 2007

Re: question about inetcfg options

>
>what do you mean by "transfer the settings" ? which menu choice do I access to "open up the TCP protocol section"?
---------
	When first run, inetcfg offers to transfer network settings from
autoexec.ncf to its own structured file /etc/initsys. When that is finished
then autoexec.ncf has network material shown only as comments. Thereafter
we use inetcfg to modify settings.
	I think that you need to look into the bindings option rather than
TCP (I am traveling, my servers are 5000 miles away), and there see the
individual frame setups. Delete those frames which you don't need (i.e.,
all but Ethernet II kind).
	Walk though inetcfg option by option to see what is available.
It's a very useful utility.
	Joe D.
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>>> Joe Doupnik <JRD <at> cc.usu.edu> 4/1/2007 12:28 AM >>>
>Hi
>I have just installed a second ethernet card in a few of my Dell servers running NetWare 6.5 SP6. All I want is
normal TCP/IP Ethernet_II Frame on them. After going to inetcfg on one server and choose View (Read-Only)
All INETCFG-Generated Commands
>I get the following:
> 
>LOAD SNMP
>LOAD BCALLSRV
>LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_1_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=10018
>LOAD CE1000 NAME=CE1000_2_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=10019
>LOAD Tcpip RIP=No Static=Yes LoadSharing=No Forward=No VIPASupport=No
>BIND IP CE1000_1_EII ADDRESS=10.1.1.4 MASK=255.255.0.0
>BIND IP CE1000_2_EII ADDRESS=10.2.2.4 MASK=255.255.252.0
> 
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Michael Gorn | 1 Apr 18:17 2007

Re: question about inetcfg options

Yeah, my settings are already transferred into inecfg and all the settings are configured in initsys.ncf
and netinfo.cfg. However, you are not allowed to edit those files directly.  In inetcfg binding menu I see
the following options:
Network Interface:                    CE1000_2

Local IP Address:                     10.2.2.2
Subnetwork Mask of Connected Network: 255.255.252.0

Secondary IP Address Support:         (Select to View or Modify)

Configure TCP/IP Bind Options:        (Select to View or Modify)
------------

Then if I go into "configure tcp/ip bind options" I get:

                  TCP/IP Bind Options                   

Group Interface For FT:     No                         
 Set As Primary Interface:                              

 RIP Bind Options:           (Select to View or Modify) 
 OSPF Bind Options:          (Select to View or Modify) 
 Expert TCP/IP Bind Options: (Select to View or Modify) 
--------------------
Still can't find that elusive menu to get rid of the extra frame types 802.2, 802.3 and SNAP.

>>> Joe Doupnik <JRD <at> cc.usu.edu> 4/1/2007 10:39 AM >>>
>
>what do you mean by "transfer the settings" ? which menu choice do I access to "open up the TCP protocol section"?
---------
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