Finding an x25 address for a server

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Old 11-29-2001
Question Finding an x25 address for a server

I am trying to find the x25 address of a server. Presumably this is stored in some sort of config file - and while I can find the IP and OSI addresses - I cannot work out where to find the x25 address.....any ideas? (Unix on Solaris)
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Old 11-30-2001
Please don't post your question in all forums. It will just fragment the responses.

I have never used Sun's X.25 product, but I think that the address might be in /etc/SUNWconn/x25/x25conf.

You may be using external PADs that translate X.25 into tcp/ip. In that case the address is actually in the PAD.
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