Remote connect problems.

Walter C. Reel III <>
Thu Mar 13 12:28:12 CET 2003


You know, I just realized last night that the shell treats single quotes 
differently in windows.  As soon as I realized that I retested with the -name 
and IP addresses and everything worked exactly like you exampled.

It's probably some config problem in linux box.

Sorry for wasting your time, my bad.

Walt

On Wednesday 12 March 2003 09:22 pm, Matthias Lang wrote:
> Walter C. Reel III writes:
>  > With the fully qualified name provided neither of the machines can talk
>  > to each other now.
>
> [...]
>
> Everything you're doing looks correct.
>
> The next steps are to figure out whether epmd is doing the right
> things. If I start a node on each of my two machines and run 'epmd
> -names', I see:
>
>   > erl -name '' -setcookie nocookie
>
>   > /usr/local/lib/erlang/bin/epmd -names
>   epmd: up and running on port 4369 with data:
>   name whipper at port 1460
>
> on the other machine
>
>   > /opt/erlang/lib/erlang/erts-5.1.2/bin/epmd -names
>   epmd: up and running on port 4369 with data:
>   name snipper at port 4916
>
> If you see something similar (i.e. each EPMD process has its local
> node registered), then it's starting to get hairy. You can get more
> information by sniffing the ethernet when you do the first ping from
> one node to the other. You should see a successful TCP 3-way on
> port 4369 followed by a second successful 3-way on another port.
>
> Anyone out there who uses Windows on a regular basis with some
> suggestions?
>
> Matthias




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