Sorry, but it didn't seem to work. For the decstation hostname I just
used "decstation" and added an entry into my /etc/hosts for the the IP
address I think it is. However, I am not sure exactly what ip address it
is nor do I know how to figure it out.
I figured out by turning on promiscuous mode I get the connection to my
box but the decstation still does the "???" thing as I mentioned before.
Any ideas are appreciated, and thank you Dave.
On Wed, 2003-01-15 at 20:04, Dave Airlie wrote:
> sometimes a long time agao.. you needed to manually add the ethernet
> address of the decstation to the arp table on the host machine..
> arp -s <decstation_hostname> <ethernet_address>
> give that a go...
> On Wed, 15 Jan 2003, Justin Pauley wrote:
> > I downloaded the mopd server and installed a bunch of the patches until
> > mopd compiled. I downloaded the mopimage and put it in my /tftpboot/mop
> > with the correct name. However, after running mop with "mopd -d eth0"
> > and then running "boot 3/mop" on my decstation nothing happens. However,
> > I have noticed that when I run a packet dumping software (etherreal) and
> > then I try it I get this on my mopd:
> > MOP DL 8:0:2b:2e:77:40 > ab:0:0:1:0:0 len 11 code 08 RPR
> > MOP DL 0:d0:9:f8:fc:a5 > 8:0:2b:2e:77:40 len 1 code 03 ASV
> > MOP DL 8:0:2b:2e:77:40 > 0:d0:9:f8:fc:a5 len 11 code 08 RPR
> > MOP DL 0:d0:9:f8:fc:a5 > 8:0:2b:2e:77:40 len 1058 code 02 MLD
> > This in my syslog:
> > Jan 15 18:30:47 opus mopd: 8:0:2b:2e:77:40 (1) Do you have
> > 08002b2e7740? (Yes)
> > Jan 15 18:30:47 opus mopd: 8:0:2b:2e:77:40 Send me 08002b2e7740
> > but then my Decstation produces something similar to the following:
> > >> boot 3/mop
> > ???
> > ? PC: 0x.....
> > ? CR: 0x....
> > ? SR: 0x....
> > ? VA: 0x0
> > ? ER: 180....
> > ? MER: 0x162....
> > and then returns back to the console ">>".
> > (note that the ... were added by me to replace a long line of
> > numbers/letters)
> > if you know of something I can try, please let me know.
> > Thanks,
> > Justin Pauley
> David Airlie, Software Engineer
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