Subject: Re: ftp problems w/miniroot
To: None <port-vax@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Kevin McQuiggin <>
List: port-vax
Date: 08/10/1997 20:22:22
>Date: Sun, 10 Aug 1997 20:21:46 -0700
>To: (Gordon Zaft)
>From: Kevin McQuiggin <>
>Subject: Re: ftp problems w/miniroot
>In-Reply-To: <>
>Is your netmask set up properly on both machines? is
probably what you need.
>At 12:34 PM 97/08/10 -0700, you wrote:
>>	I'm *still* trying to get this uVAX II up on 1.2G and I'm having
>>some problems.  Basically I get everything up to the point of trying to
>>ftp the binaries onto the machine.  The VAX doesn't seem to be able to
>>find the ftp server (it just times out).
>>The setup:
>>	A uVAX II with 16 MB, DEQNA, TK-50, DHV-11.  DEQNA is hooked via
>>an AUI cable to an AUI-10BaseT transceiver, which is hooked to a hub.  I
>>a link indication on the hub.  I ifconfig'd this machine to
>>	The ftp server is a PC running NTS TCP Pro's ftp service.  I've
>>got a link indication from that machine to the hub as well.  This machine
>>	When I PING the VAX I don't get anything (not surprising, I assume
>>the miniroot doesn't have that functionality built in to respond) but I
>>do see a blip on the activity light for the PC, so I'm assuming the hardware
>>is okay.  When I attempt to FTP to the PC I get a blip on the activity light
>>for the VAX port on the hub, so I am assuming that the hardware there is
>>okay too.
>>	Any ideas what my problem might be?  And as an aside, I've tried it
>>with SQE both on and off on the VAX 10BaseT transceiver.  Which is correct?
>>	Thanks for any help y'all can give.

Kevin McQuiggin VE7ZD