Reply to:   RE: Prob w/ nubus PowerMacs/OS9/Retro
Greg,

The only known issue with NuBus Power Mac clients is that when these
machines are put to sleep, Retrospect will report an error -1028 when trying
to contact them. This is not an issue with PCI Power Macs.

Also make sure "Load only when needed" is unchecked in your TCP/IP
control panel's Options window (if you don't see an Options button in the
control panel, change the User Mode to Advanced from the Edit menu).

If these don't help, please call us. Tech support is open today, but will
be closed tomorrow, Christmas Eve. We will open again on Monday. 

Regards,

Matthew Tevenan
Technical Support Specialist
Dantz Development Corporation
925.253.3050 
[EMAIL PROTECTED] 

Greg Morin wrote:
>Hello,
>   I've got a 6100 and an 8100 that I recently upgraded to OS 9 (with 
>Retro Client 4.2a) and ever since then I get a 1028 client not 
>visible on network error when retro tries to run its scheduled backup 
>scripts. Nothing else has changed (no change in the wiring or jacks). 
>These clients are set up as TCP/IP clients. The weird thing is that I 
>can go back to the server and "configure" the clients w/o a problem, 
>they show up every time. Finally the other night I got the 1028 error 
>on both, reran the script, got it one and not the other, then ran it 
>a third time and finally got the 2nd client.
>
>I know this sounds like a network problem, but I can find no other 
>indications of any networking errors (i.e. these machines never drop 
>of the network, never have problems printing and we use a 
>client-server based database all throughout the day and they never 
>have problems communicating with the server). It just seems like too 
>much of a coincidence that this started as soon as I upgraded to OS 
>9. (btw the server is still under 8.5.1)
>
>Are there any known problems like this only with nubus powermacs?
>
>-Greg Morin




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