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Re: linus accessible from within SGI

To: Wolfgang Szoecs <wolfi@wolfi.munich.sgi.com>
Subject: Re: linus accessible from within SGI
From: Eric Kimminau <eak@cygnus.detroit.sgi.com>
Date: Thu, 14 Aug 1997 11:38:30 -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> <33F21CB2.7464B074@cygnus.detroit.sgi.com> <9708141731.ZM8013@wolfi.munich.sgi.com>
Reply-to: eak@detroit.sgi.com
Sender: owner-linux@cthulhu.engr.sgi.com
Wolfgang Szoecs wrote:
> 
> Hi,
> 
> ...that's not true.
> even today i got routed from the office in Munich to nirvana:
> 
> $ /usr/etc/traceroute linus.linux.sgi.com
> traceroute to linus.linux.sgi.com (192.48.153.197), 30 hops max, 40 byte
> packets
>  1  gate-wanmunich.munich.sgi.com (144.253.193.1)  2 ms  1 ms  2 ms
>  2  169.238.216.2 (169.238.216.2)  267 ms  286 ms  275 ms
>  3  b20wanring.corp.sgi.com (155.11.108.2)  265 ms  266 ms  266 ms
>  4  b1wanring.corp.sgi.com (155.11.108.1)  263 ms (ttl=253!)  264 ms 
> (ttl=253!)
>  268 ms (ttl=253!)
>  5  b1dco-cisco1-141.corp.sgi.com (150.166.141.40)  287 ms (ttl=252!)  268 ms
> (ttl=252!)  266 ms (ttl=252!)
>  6  gate2-dumpty.corp.sgi.com (150.166.100.61)  336 ms (ttl=251!)  272 ms
> (ttl=251!)  262 ms (ttl=251!)
>  7  gate2-dumpty.corp.sgi.com (150.166.100.61)  265 ms (ttl=251!) !H  280 ms
> (ttl=251!) !H  292 ms (ttl=251!) !H
> 
> That's it.
> 
> BTW, i'm searching for a kernel image for booting a linux-NFS-root.
> Does anybody have one, and could give me that ?
> (a root-fs i already have)
> 
> Regards Wolfgang

You can't traceroute to it. Its outside the firewall. rftp or ssh to it
works.


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