>From: Rene Lobato <address@hidden> >Organization: Instituto Mexicano de Tecnologia del Agua >Keywords: 199909202133.PAA25556 McIDAS-X 7.60 RedHat Linux 6.0 Rene, >I think that you tried to logon on saturday, for some reasons that we don't >really understand we have to turn off most of the equipment. As I thought >that you would not be working on weekends I did so. From now on I will >leave the computer on. OK, thanks. I do work on a number of weekends in situations like this. The net is likely to be less congested, so remote logins are usually less painful. >I think that the easiest way for you to login into my computer is by trying >the IP address, I don't really know why sometimes if I try to login by >using the hostname it doesn't work. I have complained this with the >administrator of our network but no answer after all. I have seen some strange things with the name/IP address correspondence in my attempts to get to your machine. >Thanks again. >From: Rene Lobato <address@hidden> >Date: Mon, 22 Nov 1999 10:42:38 -0600 > >I've been told that internally we have the IP (172.16.4.68) but if someone >wants to login from outside, we have an IP for the external world of >(22.214.171.124), indeed the hostname is: cumulus.imta.mx. I am finally able to ping this machine through the IP address, but I can not successfully telnet to it. To be specific, the following work: ping 126.96.36.199 telnet 188.8.131.52 25 but the following does not work: telnet 184.108.40.206 Can you verify with your system administrator that I should be able to telnet to 220.127.116.11? The fact that I can telnet to the sendmail port (25) shows that getting to your machine is not always a problem. The fact that a simple telnet won't complete indicates that telnet may not be enabled to the 105 IP address. I am sorry that this is taking so much time and effort. As soon as I can login, I should be able to build and install McIDAS in a couple of hours. >See ya !! Talk to you soon... Tom >From address@hidden Mon Nov 29 07:22:44 1999 Tom, I was not in my office from last wednesday and this morning I read your e-mail. I will go trough it and come back to you, I hope with good news. Sincerely, René
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