Re: Novell-Server "lwared"
firstname.lastname@example.org (Winfried Truemper) wrote on 07.11.95 in <[🔎] Pine.LNX.3.91.951103232424.685A-100000@ElFi.MI.Uni-Koeln.DE>:
> as some of you may plan to run the Novell-Server for LinuX, I should warn
> you: the Server is extremly fast with regard to offering "logins" (don't
> know the word in terms of Novell).
On Netware servers, you can toggle this behaviour with
"SET REPLY TO GET NEAREST SERVER = ON|OFF"
(and you better not turn that off for *all* servers). If lwared doesn't
yet have such an option (I don't know either way), it should get it. It
should be configurable which servers act as login servers.
> Only 10 simultanous connections are compiled in by default and if these
> are in use, the server will refuse all login-attempt EVEN TO OTHER
> NOVELL-SERVERS. Setting the preferred server with "/PS=" DOES NOT HELP.
On the other hand, this is *exactly* what Novell servers do - "not logged
in" connections (read-only access to the SYS:LOGIN directory *only*) count
to the limit.
This doesn't matter if you can get at LOGIN.EXE without getting at the