Carl M. Fongheiser (email@example.com)
20 Oct 88 02:46:34 GMT
In article <In article <527@mks.UUCP> firstname.lastname@example.org (Eric Gisin) writes:
>In article <>In article <440@gonzo.UUCP>, >In article <440@gonzo.UUCP>, daveb@gonzo.UUCP (Dave Brower) writes:
>> A number of the machines I use support only the tcp and udp protocols.
>> I'd really like to be able to ping from them. Is there any hope, short
>> of harrassing the vendors?
>Yes, port SUN RPC to your machines (see your comp.sources.unix archives).
> [more words about RPC and the portmapper]
Sure, you could do that, but I think it'd be a LOT easier to implement the
UDP echo protocol. Likely to have a lower overhead cost, too.
University of Pittsburgh
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