I'm trying to get some sort of non-ping, non-NFS traffic working on
the Indy, and I'm having a lot of trouble doing it.
The interface is properly configured (root is NFS mounted, right?),
and I can ping the machine just fine.
When I start up inetd, though, netstat -an shows the telnet and
echo/tcp services as being _UDP_. Telnetting to either port results
in a refused connection.
My protocols file looks like:
# protocols This file describes the various protocols that are
# available from the TCP/IP subsystem. It should be
# consulted instead of using the numbers in the ARPA
# include files, or, worse, just guessing them.
# Version: @(#)/etc/protocols 2.00 04/30/93
# Author: Fred N. van Kempen, <email@example.com>
ip 0 IP # internet protocol, pseudo protocol number
icmp 1 ICMP # internet control message protocol
igmp 2 IGMP # internet group multicast protocol
ggp 3 GGP # gateway-gateway protocol
tcp 6 TCP # transmission control protocol
pup 12 PUP # PARC universal packet protocol
udp 17 UDP # user datagram protocol
idp 22 IDP # WhatsThis?
raw 255 RAW # RAW IP interface
# End of protocols.
telnet stream tcp nowait root /usr/sbin/in.telnetd telnetd
echo stream tcp nowait root internal
echo stream udp nowait root internal
and the netstat output is:
Active Internet connections (including servers)
Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign Address State
udp 0 0 bogomips:600 neon:nfs ESTABLISHED
udp 0 0 *:23 *:* UNKNOWN
udp 0 0 *:echo *:* UNKNOWN
raw 0 0 *:1 *:*
Active UNIX domain sockets (including servers)
Proto RefCnt Flags Type State I-Node Path
When I try to tftp out to neon (which is how I get my kernel, so in
theory...), I get:
tftp: sendto: Reserved error 136
Any ideas? I'm using davem's 2.0.12 kernel, but I can't imagine why
the TCP stuff in the kernel wouldn't work, if the NFS-Root stuff
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