[App_rpt-users] Newbie Questions: URIx Loop-back & more?

Jim Duuuude telesistant at hotmail.com
Fri Dec 21 00:20:23 EST 2012


you dont need a radio hooked up to just see if the node is functioning properly otherwise.

use system-config-network (its a Centos release, so it does nomal Centos things) to
configure the ethernet interface to a static IP address on your LAN so that you
can port forward.

You dont need to change port 222.. its a good selection...

One you get things set up and port forwarded, your node should come up and
"work".



Date: Thu, 20 Dec 2012 21:10:59 -0800
From: kilo7AlphaZulu at verizon.net
To: app_rpt-users at ohnosec.org
Subject: [App_rpt-users] Newbie Questions:  URIx Loop-back & more?



Newbie Questions:  URIx Loop-back & more?


Greetings from a Newbie,



I would like to do some further testing of my AllStar Node with the “HGBL” before hooking up to a radio.

If I make up a lop back plug, what or how do I determine if the node is working correctly?

 

How do I set the IP address to a fixed type so I can set up remote help using DMZ?



Can anyone explain why the port should be changed from 222 to another number?



Is there anyone that would like to help me over the phone?  I would be happy to call you on my nickel err dollar.



Thank you,

Chris 

K7AZ








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