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automap problem ?

Postby lucny » Mon May 08, 2006 8:55 am

I have added second network card to computer with #automap -N & instead
netmap -f and nameloc (because of two IP addresses within older TCPIP
which does not support aliases). Now I can access other nodes via QNX
LAN, but frequently the access gets stuck for few of seconds. It works
fine with traditional managing of qnx nodes. I have tried also #automap
-N -l2 & but no improvement has appeared. Any advice appreciated.

Andy
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Re: automap problem ?

Postby lucny » Mon May 08, 2006 10:07 am

Andrej Lucny wrote:
I have added second network card to computer with #automap -N & instead
netmap -f and nameloc (because of two IP addresses within older TCPIP
which does not support aliases). Now I can access other nodes via QNX
LAN, but frequently the access gets stuck for few of seconds. It works
fine with traditional managing of qnx nodes. I have tried also #automap
-N -l2 & but no improvement has appeared. Any advice appreciated.

Andy

It was caused by another node which had already second LAN card. Thus
automap perhaps tried handshaking between the two second interfaces
which had not been interconnected. May be, -l2 on both sides would solve
it, but as that interface had been not used, I simply removed it. And
works fine. Anyway a strategy of prevention would be fine.

Andy
lucny
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Posts: 13
Joined: Tue Apr 12, 2005 5:48 am

Re: automap problem ?

Postby Mario Charest » Mon May 08, 2006 10:11 pm

"Andrej Lucny" <andy@microstep-mis.com> wrote in message
news:445F1852.2090505@microstep-mis.com...
Andrej Lucny wrote:
I have added second network card to computer with #automap -N & instead
netmap -f and nameloc (because of two IP addresses within older TCPIP
which does not support aliases). Now I can access other nodes via QNX
LAN, but frequently the access gets stuck for few of seconds. It works
fine with traditional managing of qnx nodes. I have tried also
#automap -N -l2 & but no improvement has appeared. Any advice
appreciated.

Andy

It was caused by another node which had already second LAN card. Thus
automap perhaps tried handshaking between the two second interfaces which
had not been interconnected. May be, -l2 on both sides would solve it, but
as that interface had been not used, I simply removed it. And works fine.
Anyway a strategy of prevention would be fine.

Contact me directory for Automap support. This is not a QSS program.

- Mario


Andy
Mario Charest
 

Re: automap problem ?

Postby Mario Charest » Tue May 09, 2006 5:15 pm

"Mario Charest" <postmaster@127.0.0.1> wrote in message
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"Andrej Lucny" <andy@microstep-mis.com> wrote in message
news:445F1852.2090505@microstep-mis.com...
Andrej Lucny wrote:
I have added second network card to computer with #automap -N & instead
netmap -f and nameloc (because of two IP addresses within older TCPIP
which does not support aliases). Now I can access other nodes via QNX
LAN, but frequently the access gets stuck for few of seconds. It works
fine with traditional managing of qnx nodes. I have tried also
#automap -N -l2 & but no improvement has appeared. Any advice
appreciated.

Andy

It was caused by another node which had already second LAN card. Thus
automap perhaps tried handshaking between the two second interfaces which
had not been interconnected. May be, -l2 on both sides would solve it,
but as that interface had been not used, I simply removed it. And works
fine. Anyway a strategy of prevention would be fine.

Contact me directory for Automap support. This is not a QSS program.
directly

- Mario



Andy

Mario Charest
 


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