[nos-bbs] sigh ... xnet IP routing (internal, not via ports)

Bob Tenty bobtenty at gmail.com
Tue Dec 20 13:54:37 EST 2011

You need of course also a slip link from Xnet to the kernel

for instance IN AUTOEXEC.NET : att SDEV1 SLIP 9600 /dev/ttyp2

and of course the arp/route has to be properly set  in IP.NET

for example with as myip for Xnet


arp add  SLIP SDEV1
ipr  add default              SLIP

With the above it should work.



On 11-12-20 01:13 PM, Maiko Langelaar wrote:
> I am running Xnet on the same machine as my JNOS, the ip address
> that the Xnet process binds to is the IP address of the machine.
> From JNOS i can telnet to Xnet and I can see that Xnet is receivintg
> the packets (since JNOS knows how to route to Xnet). Problem is that
> Xnet is not able to route back to JNOS (the route to JNOS is via the
> tun interface on that machine, it's not on same lan as Xnet).
> All I see is IPR, but it's routing uses ports, there is no *internal*
> way to do this with Xnet ? It's been a long time since I played with
> this stuff. I vaguely recall I had to resort to a slip connection :(
> Maiko
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