What am I missing? (admin help needed!)

Can any of you admins out there tell me what I am missing!?

I have a RHEL server running Domino in VMware, so far so good. I can ping from the host both IP address and hostname, Domino is up and running and I can connect over http and run the Domino web admin.

Problem? I can’t connect from the Notes or Admin client!!

What am I missing? I have created location and connection documents, but get the “server not responding” error message.

Any ideas welcome!

Thanks in advance, from a dev geek!

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  1. 13/08/2007

    Make sure your firewall allows inbound traffic through Port 1352 (the Notes client port), not just port 80 (the web port). That would be my initial guess.

  2. 13/08/2007

    Yes, firmo lo que dice Kevin, Notes usa el puerto 1352.
    Si no lo arreglas, dime donde vives, si no estas muy lejos igual nos podemos tomar unos culines y tratar de arregarlo juntos.
    Yo vivo en LLanera, una urbanización que hay en la carretera vieja de Oviedo-Gijón, se llama Soto de Llanera.
    Un saludo

  3. 14/08/2007

    Thanks guys, that was my first thought too. I did an nmap in RHEL (the guest) and 1352 is open. I guess I need to check that the guest isn’t blocking this traffic at the firewall level.

    I’ll let you know how I get on!

  4. Martín

    Hi Simon.
    Are you solved the problem ??
    Best regards

  5. geek_speak

    try to trace the connection with User Preferences -> Ports, it will provide you more information about what’s the route that LN uses,

    add LAN0…??

  6. 04/09/2007

    Hola Martín, no, I haven’t had a chance to look into it further, been away on holiday!

    @geek_speak, I’d tried the trace, nothing new there if I remember correctly. What will LAN0 give me?

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