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AFP conn

Hi

I'm needing to know wich users are connected via AFPTCP protocol. For CIFS
we've the CIFS CONN command, I wonder if exists the same for AFP.

thanks in advance


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Re: AFP conn

If you are trying to configure AFP, what is your server OS version/sp?

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Tim

netware 6.5 sp5

"Timothy Leerhoff" <tleerhoffNO@SPAMqwest.net> wrote in message
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> If you are trying to configure AFP, what is your server OS version/sp?
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To configure AFP you need to setup several items:

1. Edit sys:\etc\ctxs.cfg adding the contexts you want users to log in
contextlessly. One context per line.
2. Edit the sys:\system\afpstrt.ncf and add CLEARTEXT on the line after
the LOAD AFPTCP. This is temporary as with this setting the NDS
password will get copied into the simple password.
3. from the system console do AFPSTOP then AFPSTRT

Test from a MAC.
Open-apple-k enter the server IP or DNS name, login ,choose volume you
want to mount.

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Re: AFP conn

Tim

Thanks for your help,but we're using AFPTCP access with our MACs already.
Now we're interested in know which users are logged in using this protocol.
This is why I've asked about a command or option like CIFS CONN that shows
users accessing with that protocol.

regards

"Timothy Leerhoff" <tleerhoffNO@SPAMqwest.net> wrote in message
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> To configure AFP you need to setup several items:
>
> 1. Edit sys:\etc\ctxs.cfg adding the contexts you want users to log in
> contextlessly. One context per line.
> 2. Edit the sys:\system\afpstrt.ncf and add CLEARTEXT on the line after
> the LOAD AFPTCP. This is temporary as with this setting the NDS
> password will get copied into the simple password.
> 3. from the system console do AFPSTOP then AFPSTRT
>
> Test from a MAC.
> Open-apple-k enter the server IP or DNS name, login ,choose volume you
> want to mount.
>
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> Timothy Leerhoff
> Novell Support Forum Sysop



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Re: AFP conn

sorry sir!
How to Edit sys:\etc\ctxs.cfg,now I have a user account called ken_wong.
I had opened the file and only see OU=HOME. O=CHINA
Can you please teach me how to add the users(ken_leung) to allow macintosh
connect,thanks!!!!!!!!!

"Timothy Leerhoff" <tleerhoffNO@SPAMqwest.net> wrote in message
news:NHIhh.17275$jS4.14367@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
> To configure AFP you need to setup several items:
>
> 1. Edit sys:\etc\ctxs.cfg adding the contexts you want users to log in
> contextlessly. One context per line.
> 2. Edit the sys:\system\afpstrt.ncf and add CLEARTEXT on the line after
> the LOAD AFPTCP. This is temporary as with this setting the NDS
> password will get copied into the simple password.
> 3. from the system console do AFPSTOP then AFPSTRT
>
> Test from a MAC.
> Open-apple-k enter the server IP or DNS name, login ,choose volume you
> want to mount.
>
> --
> Timothy Leerhoff
> Novell Support Forum Sysop



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Re: AFP conn

You don't add the users. You add the context (container) in which the
user objects are. If that is OU=HOME.O=CHINA (there should be no space
in there) that it's already done.

If there are other contexts where users are - typically Admin will be in
O=CHINA for instance - you need to add those too.
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