Jeff Mohler wrote:
Dont forget to keep the questions list on your replies, the "reply to all"
button is your friend, not just reply.

And im top posting, i'll burn in heck.

On 8/14/07, Steve O'Connor <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
 Routing is fine. I can access remotely using XP machines, just cant
access this from Vista or Mac or BSD servers.


*From:* Jeff Mohler [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
*Sent:* Tuesday, August 14, 2007 12:25 PM
*To:* Steve O'Connor
*Subject:* Re: Major Bug

Did you set the default route correctly so that you can see it from
not-local networks?

 On 8/14/07, *Steve O'Connor* < [EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

No access to ssh, web any IP service. When I had the computer on the same
network while testing, I did not have this problem.


*From:* Jeff Mohler [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
*Sent:* Tuesday, August 14, 2007 12:19 PM
*To:* Steve O'Connor
*Subject:* Re: Major Bug

How are you trying to access it?

Stone knives and bearskins?
Soup cans and string?

Maybe you used the wrong color cable.

On 8/14/07, *Steve O'Connor* <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

To whom it may concern,

I setup a FreeBsd 7.0 server and cannot access it remotely with Windows
Vista or Macitosh 10. My Windows XP machines have no problem even from the
same NAT'd network.

Any ideas?

More details like...

   ifconfig <interface_name>
   lspci | grep <card name>
   grep <interface_name> rc.conf
   netstat -nr
- How are your FreeBSD servers interfacing with eachother and the outside world?
   - Does ping work?
   - How is your NAT configured?
   - Is your NIC onboard?
      If so and your NIC glows, is it enabled in your BIOS?
   - If not, does your NIC glow at all?
   - Did you use a crossover cable instead of a standard CAT5/5e/6 cable?

... would help.

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