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START OF DOCUMENT -----------[000000][next][prev][last][first]---------------------------------------------------- Date: Thu, GMT From: [email protected](Christopher Davis) To: comp.protocols.tcp-ip Subject: Re: Looking for a comprehensive list of common port numbers to track it specifically, port 6667 isn't named in 1340. (Though there are always the occasional rumblings of a move to 194, nobody's done it yet.) -- * Christopher Davis * -----------[000001][next][prev][last][first]---------------------------------------------------- Date: 1 Apr 93 GMT From: [email protected] COM (Lars Poulsen) To: comp.protocols.tcp-ip Subject: Re: Getting DNC to work with Internet appsdone? (man 5 resolv.conf) -- / Lars Poulsen, SMTS Software Engineer Internet E-mail: [email protected]

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If I were you, I'd forget about the file server and put a Gator Box or a Fast Path in to link the Local Talk to the Ethernet, and then I'd make sure to get the Ethernet hooked into the campus backbone.

Since this is a school environment, it is morally wrong to steer people towards closed, proprietary solutions.

Thank you for your help, Uwe Bloching -----------[000005][next][prev][last][first]---------------------------------------------------- Date: 1 Apr 93 GMT From: Steinar.

[email protected](Steinar Haug) To: comp.protocols.tcp-ip Subject: Re: Looking for a comprehensive list of common port numbers of this license manager. That's at least what the documentation we have received says... If it's about a point-to-point HDLC connection or something like that, check the router's manuals(! I don't know :-) ------------------------------------------------------------------- | Antonis Kyriazis | | Networks & Communications e-mail: [email protected]| | INTRACOM sa | | 19.5 km Marcopoulo Ave.

Both are pretty cheap these days, and a router with 16M can hold a lot of routes. | I agree, although it's always easy to say that in retrospect. imtst From: [email protected](I-Ming Tsai) Newsgroups: comp.protocols.tcp-ip Date: 1 Apr 93 GMT Sender: news @Organization: University of Pittsburgh Lines: 25 Hello, (2) What is an "ip unnumbered serial line" ? An "ip unnumbered serial line" is a feature of Cisco routers that enables you to route IP on a point to point serial link and not use an additional IP subnet.

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