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Re: linus accessible from within SGI

To: Ariel Faigon <ariel@sgi.com>
Subject: Re: linus accessible from within SGI
From: Eric Kimminau <eak@cygnus.detroit.sgi.com>
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 1997 16:44:34 -0400
Cc: SGI/Linux mailing list <linux@cthulhu.engr.sgi.com>, comm-tech@rock.csd.sgi.com
Organization: Silicon Graphics, Inc
References: <199708132022.NAA27369@oz.engr.sgi.com>
Reply-to: eak@detroit.sgi.com
Sender: owner-linux@cthulhu.engr.sgi.com
Ariel Faigon wrote:
> 
> Good news:
> 
> Looks like the routing problem that prevented many outside .engr
> to access linus is now fixed.
> 
> guest@sgigate 3% traceroute linus.linux.sgi.com
> traceroute to linus.linux.sgi.com (192.48.153.197), 30 hops max, 40 byte 
> packets
>  1  purgatory.SGI.COM (204.94.209.2)  2 ms  5 ms  3 ms
>  2  forbidden (204.94.211.38)  4 ms  14 ms  7 ms
>  3  paloalto-cr6.bbnplanet.net (131.119.26.57)  90 ms  105 ms  63 ms
>  4  paloalto-cr4.bbnplanet.net (131.119.0.148)  684 ms  113 ms  75 ms
>  5  paloalto-cr34.bbnplanet.net (131.119.0.109)  11 ms  15 ms  22 ms
>  6  sgi.bbnplanet.net (131.119.16.6)  27 ms  16 ms  24 ms
>  7  linus.linux.sgi.com (192.48.153.197)  16 ms  18 ms  18 ms
> 
> Roundabout, but working.
> 
> --
> Peace, Ariel

Ive been able to rftp to it, and Ive now surf'ed to it but Im still
having a hard time getting mirror to work to it.

Has anyone been able to get "mirror" work via socks through our
firewall?

I would like to mirror linus.linux on an internal SGI, linux.detroit,
which is currntly up and running.

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