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RE: Redhat Linux 5.0 and T/R Loosing routing off local network.
there's something wrong with your network configuration:
The "netmask" and "broadcast" adresses do not match - and the
"netmask" (which is for a class C network) sets it so that you can only
to to nodes with an address of 149.82.40.x. This does not match your
message, in which you say that you can initially ping 184.108.40.206
Check what your netmask really should be. Assuming your network
is a class C network, the ifcfg-tr0 file should be
This also appears to match your "networking" file, and the use
of 220.127.116.11 as the default gateway.
Also, it might be a good idea to upgrade your kernel to
something newer than 2.0.31. I believe there were some ibmtr driver
updates in the later 2.0.3x kernels.
The "ring status: 20" is normal - it happens whenever a node
enters or leaves the ring.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ron Richardson [SMTP:RONR@Attachmate.com]
> Sent: 13. oktober 1998 23:39
> To: 'email@example.com'
> Subject: Redhat Linux 5.0 and T/R Loosing routing off local
> Hi, I'm newbie so please forgive any mistakes :-}
> The question I have has to due with trying to bring up a Linux system
> on a
> Token-Ring Network.
> IBM Auto T/R card
> Linux - RedHat 5.0
> kernel 2.0.31
> - Bootup - Okay, Able to Ping 18.104.22.168, off ring, and
> 22.214.171.124, on same ring. Class C address, I think.
> - Then an error/status message of "tr0: New ring status: 20"
> - Now only pinging to 149.82.40.XXX address will work
> * Once in a while I will get a "tr:0 Unrecoverable error: error
> = 0059" on boot up. Normally rebooting will resolve this problem.
> Filename: ifcfg-tr0
> Filename: network
> The 126.96.36.199 is a Cisco Router.
> It almost seem like there might be a resource limit that I am bumping
> Any help will be greatly appreciated.
> Ron Richardson x3677
> Attachmate Enhanced Support
> Technical Support Analyst IV