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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sn 3250 router problem
Ok, I'm confused... are you sure this isn't router that you're mentioning isn't a SAN Switch? A StorageTek/Brocade 3250 switch... and this is a StorageTek Scalar 100 Tape Library with Fibre aware LTO Drives. The Library Users Manual can be found at http://downloads.quantum.com/scalar/S100/omS100UsersGuide.pdf. Switch information can be found at http://www.storagetek.com/products/product_page2304.html. I'm not a Sun guy, so I would suggest that you contact them to find out which versions of firmware for the switch that they have certified. With HP, there are certain versions of firmware that they certify with HPUX... and specific versions of HBA drivers that work better with HPUX as well. If it is, in fact a Brocade 3250, I would suggest that you start with a "switchshow"... figure out which port drive 4 attaches to... do a "porterrshow #" (# represents the port found) to see the port error statistics... you want to check the loss of signal and link failure count. I would do an "sfpshow #" to see the status of the transciever as well. Let us know.
Posted on Sep 14, 2007
SOURCE: router cannot connect to servers
The ports that need to be open to connect to the game server are fowarded to your machine and can't be used by another connection. You'll have to release the ports with the router configuration utility in order for another machine to use them. Better still see if you can find out what range of ports the game can use and forward a different set to his machine. Then you can both connect at the same time.
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
Try settings up the MTU to manual.
1500/1400/1300 for cable connection.
1492 for DSL. if this may not work then yes, you need to upgrade the firmware.
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
you are right, need cd for you lan card for it to work right,,but if you dont have it go to linksys web site and download the files you need
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
Have you checked the Windows Firewall settings? If it is On, try turning it off and attempt the connection with RealVNC. If the problem persists, try adding an Exception to the Windows Firewall, just as an added troubleshooting measure.
Click Start, navigate to Control Panel, double-click Windows Firewall, and open the Exceptions tab. Look for a RealVNC entry. If you don't see one, click the "Add Port" button, type RealVNC as the entry name, and 5900 as the port number. Select the TCP radio button, click OK and then OK once more. Attempt the RealVNC connection again.
I hope this helps! Feel free to reply with results or further questions.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
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