Re: User Disconnect Issues - Hewlett Packard

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  1. Re: User Disconnect Issues

    --- On Mon, 11/10/08, Wong, Wilson wrote:

    We have been experiencing a lot of user disconnects issues lately and have not
    had a lot of success in pinpointing what is causing the problem nor findinga
    good solution. We have multiple HP3000 processors located here on site andthe
    problem seems to be occurring on almost all of them but we have not found any
    commonality. We have checked our network, hardware, software, configurations,
    etc. with no luck.

    *******************************************
    Good Morning Wilson, and welcome to the 3000-L,

    We are going to need a bit more information.

    1) What version of MPE are you on? 6.0 - 7.5?

    2) The command

    LINKCONTROL @,a

    will let you know what is happening on the network from the HP3000's point of view.* Feel free to post the output to the list.

    3) RUN NETTOOL.NET.SYS -->* RESOURCE --> DISPLAY

    will show you if you are running out of buffers.

    BTW, the linkcontrol @,a will tell us if you have a 100mbit full duplex or 10mb half duplex card.

    It is important to hard configure the switch to match the speed of the 3000..* In the old days auto sensing was different depending on the vendor.*So it is almost required to do the configuration manually.

    If you do the command

    NMMAINT, it will give us the version of your network software.

    Regards,

    -Craig



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  2. Re: User Disconnect Issues

    Hi Craig -

    I've actually been a member of the 3000-L for many, many years and thanks for the reply.

    This problem is happening on a majority of the in-house college processors we have here, some running 6.5 and some running 7.0.

    We have checked the linkcontrol output and buffers and seen no issues to speak of. Some of the processors are running on 100 half duplex and some arerunning 100 full duplex and we have checked both the 3000's and the switchto make sure they are in sync.

    wilson

    From: Craig Lalley [mailto:mr_lalley@yahoo.com]
    Sent: Monday, November 10, 2008 11:38 AM
    To: Wong, Wilson; hp3000-l@raven.utc.edu
    Subject: Re: User Disconnect Issues



    --- On Mon, 11/10/08, Wong, Wilson wrote:


    We have been experiencing a lot of user disconnects issues lately and have not

    had a lot of success in pinpointing what is causing the problem nor findinga

    good solution. We have multiple HP3000 processors located here on site andthe

    problem seems to be occurring on almost all of them but we have not found any

    commonality. We have checked our network, hardware, software, configurations,

    etc. with no luck.



    *******************************************
    Good Morning Wilson, and welcome to the 3000-L,

    We are going to need a bit more information.

    1) What version of MPE are you on? 6.0 - 7.5?

    2) The command

    LINKCONTROL @,a

    will let you know what is happening on the network from the HP3000's point of view. Feel free to post the output to the list.

    3) RUN NETTOOL.NET.SYS --> RESOURCE --> DISPLAY

    will show you if you are running out of buffers.

    BTW, the linkcontrol @,a will tell us if you have a 100mbit full duplex or 10mb half duplex card.

    It is important to hard configure the switch to match the speed of the 3000.. In the old days auto sensing was different depending on the vendor. So it is almost required to do the configuration manually.

    If you do the command

    NMMAINT, it will give us the version of your network software.

    Regards,

    -Craig



    * To join/leave the list, search archives, change list settings, *
    * etc., please visit http://raven.utc.edu/archives/hp3000-l.html *


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