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Hello i'm trying to get the ip of a telnet session.
With who -u I get the hostname of the user connecting to my server, because it checks the reverse DNS. But I only want the ip.
Versions: HP-UX HP Release B.11.31
Who command: Hewlett-Packard Company - 4 - HP-UX 11i Version... (2 Replies)
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So we added a new HP-UX 11.31 machine. Copied OS via Ignite-UX (DVD)over from this machine called machine_a. It was supposed to be named machine_c. And it is when you log in...however when I'm in the ILO console before logging in, it says:
It should say:
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I would like to resolve IP's to Hostnames using Putty.
I'm using Mandriva Linux 2008.0.
Is this possible?
Perhaps with nmap? (13 Replies)
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When and how is the variable $HOSTNAME populated ?
I am asking because I had a weird situation that just happened.
I have created backup scripts that do backups on different servers. Each servers has different folders to be backed up. So I had included a check on $HOSTNAME to find out which... (5 Replies)
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I am new to Solaris.
I am using stand alone Solaris 10.0 for test/study purpose and connecting to internet via an ADSL modem which has DHCP server. My Solaris is working on VMWare within winXP. My WinXP and Solaris connects to internet by the same ADSL modem via its DHCP at the same... (1 Reply)
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Using Solaris 8 (or WINXP).
I am trying to look up a specific DNS hostname, but I don't know which DNS server houses that entry. How can I find the hostname?
nslookup gives me the following:
*** dnsserver can't find hostname:... (2 Replies)
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I am installing redhat linux 6.2 on an intel based system. Whether i want to know any naming conventions should i follow.
ie Any convention to follow to name a linux machine(To give hostname). Simillarly for domain name also. Please suggest in this regard (1 Reply)
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