SCO TCP/IP 1.1.3 and SCO NFS 1.1.1
These are the two new versions described in Unix News 10. To install NFS
1.1.1 the version of TCP/IP must be 1.1.3. Earlier versions will not work. Please note
these versions require the Unix version to be SCO UNIX V/386 3.2 v2. To install two
Western Digital MCA cards with TCP/IP please follow the procedure below.
- Physically install the two cards on the suggested settings below:
and disable the on-board serial port with the reference disk. The second
card can be placed on interrupt 10 but this will clash with the UPS software in an FTs
- Remove any old versions of TCP/IP and NFS and then install the new TCP/IP
version with custom.
- Free up interrupts 3 and 4 (or 10 is not using UPS) in the kernel by
|./configure -c -d -v 3 -m 5
|./configure -c -d -v 4 -m 5
- Install the Western Digital cards by calling mkdev wdn and setting the
parameters as suggested in 1.
- Set up TCP/IP using mkdev tcp to use the same name but different Internet
numbers i.e. ifconfig lines will begin:
with the remainder of the lines the same in /etc/tcp
- . Ensure /etc/hosts has entries reflecting this configuration e.g.:
on each machine which will talk to the multiple Ethernet card machine.
- For machines with on-board Ethernet, the on-board driver can be
configured in addition to the multiple Western Digital cards. To ensure correct
interaction with installed Western Digital cards the line beginning:
in /etc/tcp should be placed after ifconfig lines for wdn0 and wdn1.
- Now reboot the machine and test the configuration by telnetting from
another machine to all of the Internet addresses set up during installation.
- Having ensured multi-card TCP/IP works you can then install SCO NFS. NFS
should never be installed before TCP/IP has been tested between machines.