eric at swenson.org
Thu Nov 10 00:30:39 CET 2016
I’ve now managed to get SUPDUP in/out of ES-ITS from the outside. It was the misconfigured route that had messed me up. After doing the iptables changes, everything works as expected.
> On Nov 9, 2016, at 14:59, Eric Swenson <eric at swenson.org> wrote:
> I have managed to FTP out from ES-ITS to the host running the kn10-ks emulator (ES-GW). And I’ve managed to FTP into ES-ITS from ES-GW. Turned out that I had misconfigured a route to the wrong tun device.
> Now I have to get the iptables forwarding working so that I can get to my ITS system from the Internet.
> — Eric
>> On Nov 9, 2016, at 13:09, Eric Swenson <eric at swenson.org <mailto:eric at swenson.org>> wrote:
>> It seems networking is not working, because although I have these two entries in the host table:
>> ;;; Eric Swenson's ITS
>> HOST : 192.168.0.100 : ES-ITS.SWENSON.ORG <http://es-its.swenson.org/>, ES : PDP-10 : ITS : :
>> HOST : 10.0.0.55 : ES-GW.SWENSON.ORG <http://es-gw.swenson.org/> : PC : LINUX : :
>> And I’m running an FTP server on 10.0.0.55, I cannot use the FTP command and successfully connect to that server.
>> I also can’t seem to find any good instructions on “setting up the network” (even though I’ve done this before, and did have this ITS system successfully accessible from other machines).
>> Can someone remind me of how to get the network setup? — Eric
>>> On Nov 9, 2016, at 12:43, Eric Swenson <eric at swenson.org <mailto:eric at swenson.org>> wrote:
>>> I haven’t used my ITS system in so long that I can’t remember out how I setup networking so that I could access it with supdup. When I run, I don’t see that the kn10-ks process is listening on any TCP/UDP ports. I expected it to be listening on port 95 (supdup). What have I broken? — Eric
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