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ak120

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Re: Cannot start peer services
« Reply #15 on: June 03, 2016, 03:33:41 pm »
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IBM OS/2 NETBIOS 4.0
Adapter 0 has 123 NCBs, 28 sessions, and 6 names available to NETBIOS applications.
NETBIOS 4.0 is loaded and operational.
IBM LANVDD is loaded and operational.
IBM OS/2 LAN Netbind
TCPBEUI: Logical adapter 0 is bound to TCP/IP interface lan0.

That shows how it's wrong configured. TCPBEUI cannot have a logical adapter number of 0. Change the number in MPTS to 1 or another unused number and it will run.

PROTOCOL.INI  looks normal.... I guess it must be something in IBMLAN.INI causing the problem - unless it's a resource issue....
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Re: Cannot start peer services
« Reply #16 on: June 03, 2016, 04:18:31 pm »
Hi Andreas

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That shows how it's wrong configured. TCPBEUI cannot have a logical adapter number of 0. Change the number in MPTS to 1 or another unused number and it will run.



It works fine with TCPBEUI logical adapter number of 0 here on several systems so the above is not the answer.

The LT00141 error is usually indicative of a tcpip misconfiguration.


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Re: Cannot start peer services
« Reply #17 on: June 05, 2016, 10:18:28 am »
Hi Andreas

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That shows how it's wrong configured. TCPBEUI cannot have a logical adapter number of 0. Change the number in MPTS to 1 or another unused number and it will run.

This can be right if you are running Samba Server

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It works fine with TCPBEUI logical adapter number of 0 here on several systems so the above is not the answer.

Yes, work fine, with 0

The better solution for this problem START REQUESTER, that I found is restore from a backup from other system that is running well. Change if is necesary the net adapters, etc.... and ready.

saludos