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Getting in from home

Discussion in 'Linux and Unix' started by councilman, Feb 7, 2003.

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  1. councilman

    councilman Thread Starter

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    Im trying to get into my SCO Unix server from home. The server is currently part of a peer to peer network where the PCs access the server using emulator software. I have a linksys router that has my static IP address. Any suggestions?

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    councilman Thread Starter

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    Maybe I need to be a little more specific. Thanks

    Trying to setup my IP address on my SCO Unix box so that I can access it from home. Can anyone tell me how this is done? I have a static IP address. I also am conserned about security. Is there passwords that can be setup?
    I use an emulator at work on a windows 2000 machine called ADWIN and I was told that I could use this at home to access my server at work. I just need to find out how to set up the server.

    Thanks
     
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