On Thu, 25 Oct 2001, Robert Cohen wrote:
> Bob Rogers wrote:
> > From: Robert Cohen <robert.cohen@...>
> > Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2001 18:05:35 +1000
> > For a while I have had problems with recent versions of netatalk on
> > solaris.
> > Its no longer showing up in the chooser.
> > I reported the error messages I was getting with netatalk registering
> > itself in a recent message.
> > I didn't see those; you might want to repost. (Not that I'm likely to
> > be able to diagnose a Solaris problem myself.)
> > Well, I just noticed one more symptom that might help track this down.
> > Heres what ended up in my atalk.conf
> > hme0 -phase 2 -net 0-65534 -addr 65280.150
> > Those network numbers look like a problem to me.
> > Looks almost identical to mine:
> > eth1 -phase 2 -net 0-65534 -addr 65280.85
> > (Though mine is running under Linux.) What problem?
> > -- Bob Rogers
> With 1.5pre6 which is the last version that worked for me this is what I
> hme0 -phase 2 -net 93-96 -addr 95.102 -zone "TLTSU"
This seems to indicate that you have another AppleTalk router on the
segment. When you don't have a router, you will receive the default
AppleTalk network numbers. For some reason, your Solaris machine is not
seeing the other router.
You could always try manually setting things in your atalkd.conf.
> Robert Cohen
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> Australian National University
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