Re: [IUG] mill client on wireless
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- Date: Tue, 17 May 2011 06:28:51 -0700
- From: "Zhang, Bin" <bzhang at csus dot edu>
- Subject: Re: [IUG] mill client on wireless
Check your campus firewall rules. And if you are on a software-only system, you should also check to see if there is host-level firewall in place on the server. Check to make sure at least ports 2000 and 4600 are open for your wireless network IP ranges.
Hope this helps
Digital Information Services Librarian
Library Systems & IT Services, University Library
California State University, Sacramento
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bzhang AT csus DOT edu
On May 16, 2011, at 12:23 AM, Mark Huppert wrote:
> I have a feeling this has been discussed
> ad infinitum - so I apologise in advance.
> We thought we would try out a netbook on
> our secure wireless network and see if we
> get Millennium client running. I've added
> the ip range for it in all the usual spots
> in Limit Network Access, but iiirunner is
> crashing because it cannot connect to the
> I think the most likely cause is the firewall.
> Anything else I should think about?
> Mark Huppert
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