On 05/03/02 16:08, "eric a . Farris" <eafarris_at_bigfoot.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 05, 2002 at 03:31:00PM -0500, Laurent Daudelin wrote:
>> Eric, do you get the dialog when you insert your Ethernet card? Do you make
> yes. here's the full text of the slip:
> Megahertz 589E
> Manufacturer: 3Com
> TP/BNC LAN PC Card
> <*> Use this card for AppleTalk
>> sure that you check the "Use card for AppleTalk"? Do you have a specific
>> "Ethernet" setup in 'Internet Setup'? Do you have a card setting in this
>> setup? What does it say?
> here's the text of the Internet Setup config:
> newt_at_al (that's the name i gave it)
> Configuration: Manual
> Card: Megahertz 589E
> Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
> Local IP Address: <a static ip i've assigned>
> Gateway/Router Address: <our gateway>
> Primary DNS: Name Server Address: <our dns>
> Domain Name: al.umces.edu
> i've checked and checked these numbers; they are right.
> the various inet apps that i try get so far as to present me the
> Connection Slip. Usually after i hit "Connect" on that slip they're done
> talking to me, still responsive and all that, just no network
> connectivity. the only app that has different behavior is nHTTPd, which
> does give me an error. here's the text of that:
> Internet Error -60508
From the NIE 2.0 Documentation, kInetErrNoSuchLinkLayerService = -60508. So,
NIE is expecting something that is missing. I'm not an expert on networking,
but are you sure there isn't some kind of scripts or other validation that
is performed when you try to connect? Besides the information that you
entered in your internet setup, is there anything else that you left over in
the settings you use when connection using your computer?
Any networking expert can shed some light here?
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