Re: [TCPware V5.7-2] X11 security problem (DECnet-Plus over IP) - VMS

This is a discussion on Re: [TCPware V5.7-2] X11 security problem (DECnet-Plus over IP) - VMS ; It would tell us if there's an issue with DECnet & X11 or not. You can do normal DECnet OK? At 09:07 AM 1/29/2006, Peter 'EPLAN' LANGSTOEGER wrote: >In article , Dan >O'Reilly writes: > >Can you run your X11 ...

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  1. Re: [TCPware V5.7-2] X11 security problem (DECnet-Plus over IP)

    It would tell us if there's an issue with DECnet & X11 or not. You can do
    normal DECnet OK?

    At 09:07 AM 1/29/2006, Peter 'EPLAN' LANGSTOEGER wrote:
    >In article <6.1.2.0.2.20060129073238.0233a750@raptor.psccos.co m>, Dan
    >O'Reilly writes:
    > >Can you run your X11 connections over TCP/IP successfully?

    >
    >Currently, no. Because the firewall prevents it (6000 is not open, only 399)
    >Why do you think this is important ?
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  2. Re: [TCPware V5.7-2] X11 security problem (DECnet-Plus over IP)

    In article <6.1.2.0.2.20060129100546.0710cde8@raptor.psccos.co m>, Dan O'Reilly writes:
    >It would tell us if there's an issue with DECnet & X11 or not. You can do
    >normal DECnet OK?


    And right you are.
    I can do DECnet outgoing ok.
    But I can't do DECnet incoming (-SYSTEM-F-LINKEXIT, network partner exited)
    TCP Port 399 is open (checked also with TELNET) and is used (remember the
    message in the DECW$SERVER_0_ERROR.LOG) but has obviously problems. Strange.

    I didn't change any configuration, I only installed TCPware V5.7-2 & rebooted
    Any idea ?

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    Peter "EPLAN" LANGSTOEGER
    Network and OpenVMS system specialist
    E-mail peter@langstoeger.at
    A-1030 VIENNA AUSTRIA I'm not a pessimist, I'm a realist

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