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Operating Systems AIX AIX Remote Connect Fail With “No more multiple IP addresses to connect” Error Post 302598235 by a_sim on Monday 13th of February 2012 10:29:23 PM
AIX Remote Connect Fail With “No more multiple IP addresses to connect” Error

We have a production server at a client site running AIX. And recently when users are trying to connect to it via telnet, it prompts "No more multiple IP addresses to connect".

Can I know what does this error mean? and how to rectify this?

Thanks.
 
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Net.connect(3kaya)					       Kaya module reference						Net.connect(3kaya)

NAME
Net::connect - Connect to a server SYNOPSIS
NetHandle connect( Protocol proto, String server, Int port, Bool usetls=false, [String] certfiles=[] ) ARGUMENTS
proto The network protocol to use server The hostname or IP address of the server to connect to (e.g. service.example.com , localhost or 192.168.20.25 ) port The network port to connect to usetls If this is true, and the TLS library is available, then the connection will be encrypted. This parameter may be omitted and defaults to false. certs An optional list of certificate files for TLS encrypted connections. Each file should contain one or more PEM-encoded certificates for a trusted certification authority. If this list is empty (the default), no certificate verification will be performed on encrypted con- nections, which is insecure. DESCRIPTION
Connect to a server (optionally using TLS). Returns a connection handle. AUTHORS
Kaya standard library by Edwin Brady, Chris Morris and others (kaya@kayalang.org). For further information see http://kayalang.org/ LICENSE
The Kaya standard library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License (version 2.1 or any later version) as published by the Free Software Foundation. RELATED
Net.NetHandle(3kaya) Net.Protocol(3kaya) Net.closeConnection(3kaya) Net.recv(3kaya) Net.shutdown(3kaya) Net.send(3kaya) Kaya October 2012 Net.connect(3kaya)

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