Changing IP - SCO

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  1. Changing IP

    Hi to all ng. I'm a beginner of Unix SCO.
    I have a server IBM Netfinity...
    typing "uname -a" SCO_SV server1 3.2 5.0.5 i386

    Since I must take away this server in another LAN, I must to change
    the adress IP.
    With the instruction #scoadmin I don't know which menu I must to go to
    replace the adress IP.
    Are there anyone that coult help me?
    Thank in advance.
    Regards.


  2. Re: Changing IP

    Bludeep typed (on Fri, Mar 30, 2007 at 05:22:03PM -0700):
    | Hi to all ng. I'm a beginner of Unix SCO.
    | I have a server IBM Netfinity...
    | typing "uname -a" SCO_SV server1 3.2 5.0.5 i386
    |
    | Since I must take away this server in another LAN, I must to change
    | the adress IP.
    | With the instruction #scoadmin I don't know which menu I must to go to
    | replace the adress IP.
    | Are there anyone that coult help me?

    You want to run "netconfig".


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    JP
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  3. Re: Changing IP

    On 31 Mar, 05:23, Jean-Pierre Radley wrote:
    > Bludeep typed (on Fri, Mar 30, 2007 at 05:22:03PM -0700):
    > | Hi to all ng. I'm a beginner of Unix SCO.
    > | I have a server IBM Netfinity...
    > | typing "uname -a" SCO_SV server1 3.2 5.0.5 i386
    > |
    > | Since I must take away this server in another LAN, I must to change
    > | the adress IP.
    > | With the instruction #scoadmin I don't know which menu I must to go to
    > | replace the adress IP.
    > | Are there anyone that coult help me?
    >
    > You want to run "netconfig".


    Ok. I run "netconfig" and then?
    What do I do?





  4. Re: Changing IP

    On Mar 30, 10:23 pm, Jean-Pierre Radley wrote:
    > Bludeep typed (on Fri, Mar 30, 2007 at 05:22:03PM -0700):
    > | Hi to all ng. I'm a beginner of Unix SCO.
    > | I have a server IBM Netfinity...
    > | typing "uname -a" SCO_SV server1 3.2 5.0.5 i386
    > |
    > | Since I must take away this server in another LAN, I must to change
    > | the adress IP.
    > | With the instruction #scoadmin I don't know which menu I must to go to
    > | replace the adress IP.
    > | Are there anyone that coult help me?
    >
    > You want to run "netconfig".
    >
    > --
    > JP
    > ==>http://www.frappr.com/cusm<==


    Doesn't netconfig force you to do a kernel relink ? Never could
    understand this.

    Why don't you just edit /etc/tcp ?


  5. Re: Changing IP

    Bludeep typed (on Sat, Mar 31, 2007 at 03:19:55AM -0700):
    | On 31 Mar, 05:23, Jean-Pierre Radley wrote:
    | > Bludeep typed (on Fri, Mar 30, 2007 at 05:22:03PM -0700):
    | > | Hi to all ng. I'm a beginner of Unix SCO.
    | > | I have a server IBM Netfinity...
    | > | typing "uname -a" SCO_SV server1 3.2 5.0.5 i386
    | > |
    | > | Since I must take away this server in another LAN, I must to change
    | > | the adress IP.
    | > | With the instruction #scoadmin I don't know which menu I must to go to
    | > | replace the adress IP.
    | > | Are there anyone that coult help me?
    | >
    | > You want to run "netconfig".
    |
    | Ok. I run "netconfig" and then?
    | What do I do?

    Highlight the "tcp", then go to "properties" and modify them.


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    JP
    ==> http://www.frappr.com/cusm <==

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