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Ali June 15, 2006 11:19

RSH does't connect for two WIN XP nodes
 
Hi all,

When I use rsh to check the connection between two nodes, it refusses connection with the following message

:Connection timed out rsh: can't establish connection

rsh is installed on both machines (master and slave).

I can ping the other computer, which means there is a network connection. Do I need any setup for Windows FireWall? Do you know a solution?

Ali


opaque June 15, 2006 11:26

Re: RSH does't connect for two WIN XP nodes
 
dear Ali,

Did you go over the ANSYS CFX Producs Installation and Configuration Guide? There is a section for testing, modify and/or installing the rsh service on windows.

Also, you can contact your local support office.

Opaque

dhw34 June 15, 2006 21:36

Re: RSH does't connect for two WIN XP nodes
 
We have been having the same problem, we can't find anything that has changed (since it had previously worked). We can rsh the slave to master and master to slave, but not slave to slave or master to master. Not sure of this is any help, but if we find out anything we can let you know.

Roland June 17, 2006 12:59

Re: RSH does't connect for two WIN XP nodes
 
Ali

Do try disabling the software firewall on both machines (master and slave) to eliminate that from the equation. If that doesnt permit connection to the remote RSH service, it may be authentication (implicit login, where you need to be logged in as the user account that is assigned to the remote RSH service (i.e. same user account on all machines, with appropriate permissions).

Roland

Ali June 17, 2006 14:25

Re: RSH does't connect for two WIN XP nodes
 
Thanks Roland..

Diasabling fire work makes it works. I think that inside setup of WIN xp SP2

Thanks.. Ali


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