I have installed IDS 7.31 for SCO UNIX on two machines (A AND B).
Both machines are intereconected using TCP/IP protocol. Both machines are ping to eachother.
I have added the entries in SQLHOSTS, services, hosts and hosts.equiv files.
Both machine only connect with local DB server whenever i try to connect remote server
it gives the following error
"761 INFORMIXSERVER does not match either DBSERVERNAME or DBSERVERALIASES."
I have also installed 7.31 on two NT machines I can access both server from single machines
I have just added the required entries of both servers in hosts and services files
and entries in SQLHOSTS (regsitry) using setnet32 utilities.
How i can do this in UNIX environment?
I'm not sure how to make the trust relationship in unix i read in manual and according to them i
updated the hosts.equiv files on both machines?
In Unix env. you have to use file ".rhosts" in user home directory to tell Unix , who's you allowed ?
to allow access append the file :
remote-user is user on remote-host that you allow access this host by use your shell(environment)
if you don't see this file you can touch this file in you home directory
You already trusted the machines in the hosts.equiv file, so you don't need .rhost file.
You'll need to adapt you $ONCONFIG files.
In the $ONCONFIG file of machine A, you 'll need to add a DBSERVERALIAS that corresponds to the line in the sqlhosts file on machine B and vice versa.