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Taulant Shamo
Frequent Advisor

SHOW NET

Hello,

When I issue the command SHOW NET the printout is:
SCCRA2$ show net

Product: DECNET Node: SCCRA2 Address(es): 59.12
Product: TCPWARE Node: Address(es):


The IP in not configured (I did a mess) whether in other node is configured.

SCCRA1$ show net

Product: DECNET Node: SCCRA1 Address(es): 59.11
Product: TCPWARE Node: SCCRA1.VODAFONE.AL Address(es): 127.0.0.1 10.5
.13.97 /MASK=255.255.255.224


HOw can I define the IP and Masks and gateway t thant node

Thanks
3 REPLIES
Peter Quodling
Trusted Contributor

Re: SHOW NET

This is the HP Itrc forum. While it deals with VMS and VMS related things, the VMS TCPIP product is different from the Process Software Corporation's "TCPWARE" Product - as such you would stand a much better chance. Go to www.process.com, select service and support, select documentation,
select the installation guide. Read it, particularly chapter 3, (in particular if you read around page 3-3, it will explain how to change IP addresseses, although I would suggest a read of the whole book, if you don't know what you are doing, or haven't done this before. Preferably before you start installing software and trying to configure it.

Peter
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Ian Miller.
Honored Contributor

Re: SHOW NET

The information displayed by SHOW NETWORK is dependent on setup being done by SYS$STARTUP:SYS$NET_SERVICES.COM which looks for SYS$STARTUP:SYS$NET_SERVICES_*.COM so there should be a SYS$STARTUP:SYS$NET_SERVICES_TCPWARE.COM to register the appropriate information.

If the IP address is now configured (but was not when the system started) then try
@SYS$STARTUP:SYS$NET_SERVICES.COM
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Geoff Bryant
Advisor

Re: SHOW NET

You should run CNFNET:

$ @TCPWARE:CNFNET