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Old 11-04-2004, 05:41 AM   #1
michaelcarey
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Duplicate pings? and sash?


Hi Everybody,
I am trying to set up RH9 on a PC that will be on a private wireless network, running the Asterisk PBX software.
Initial install was on my home network that has internet access (to download Asterisk), IP 192.168.0.50. Everything went smooth and easy, I can also log in from other PC's with SSH (using putty) as root with no problems.
BUT, when I change to IP of eth0 to 192.168.50.10 (with netconfig), I find that when I try to log in remotly with SSH, I get a sash command shell and not the initial command line interface (bash, I think). I have searched with Google to try and find what is going on to no avail. Can someone here help me?
Another problem is that when I try to ping machines on the wireless network, I am getting duplicate replies. This seems to cause the pinged machines problems. I access the wireless network with an Access Point in client mode. Any ideas on this? I hope these questions aren't too stupid.
Regards,
Michael.
 
Old 11-04-2004, 08:48 PM   #2
peacebwitchu
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Stupid. No. Wierd Yes.


Just by changing your ip you shouldn't get a different shell. You can cat /etc/passwd to see if sash is defined as a shell for any of your users.

Do you have 2 nics on this machine and are they both configured on the same network on a hub? You really need to look at your network and see why this is happening. You can run ethereal or tcpdump on all machines to see where this is coming from.
 
Old 11-12-2004, 03:21 AM   #3
michaelcarey
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I thought I had better follow up on my original post and let people know what I found...
The sash shell was from another user who put up a Linux node on the IP address that I wanted. I should have known about it. Oh well....
And the weird duplicate pings were caused by my D-Link DWL-900AP+ client mode access point. If I tried to connect faster than 2 Mbs to the community access point, all hell broke loose. I just didn't see it with Windows. I used Ethereal on a laptop and confirmed that the duplicate packets were there with all my machines and not just the new linux one.
So a quick config change on the AP fixed that problem.
Many thanks to all here for your patience.
Regards,
Michael.
 
  


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