> I am a network admin working on a project which involves a SCO Unix 5
> server provided by another software company. The server provides ftp
> and telnet servers which can be accessed from the local clients (win98
> machines using a client called "Anzio" for telnet access), but when
> the router port fowards are setup to the server (running at
> 192.168.0.12), they cannot be accessed from the Internet. Using
> [url]www.spinrite.com[/url] tests I can confirm that the unix server is not
> responding on those ports. At the same time, I can setup a telnet or
> ftp client on one of the win98 PC's, udpate the port forwards and the
> communication is fine. In further testing today, I setup a
> gateway-gateway VPN tunnel between this office and another office.
> The 2nd office can access all PC's from the office with the unix
> server, but across the tunnel the unix PC will not respond to pings
> (name or #) and none of the telnet or ftp services can be accessed,
> although the PC name is visible from netbios broadcasts. It appears
> to me that the router is possibly rejecting the PC in certain
> situations due to some kind of misconfiguration of the unix machine.
> Any ideas? I am at a loss, and I am not experienced with unix.
> Please respond to the modified email address if at all possible.
> Thanks in advance for any help you unix gurus can provide. ;-)