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Old 01-22-2009, 03:48 PM
Micha Feigin
 
Default xdmcp remote login, can log in to the server from one computer but not another

I'm trying to setup xdmcp login on one of my servers.

This server has two network interfaces (actually 4, but two active).

I'm trying to log in to X using xdmcp (enabled via gdm config) from two
clients, one connected directly via gigabit ethernet and the other over 100mb
network via an intermidiate switch.

The setup:

client one <--- (network) ---> server <--- (direct) ---> client two
132.66.40.189 132.66.41.26/192.168.1.1 192.168.1.2

client two connects with no problem. Client one sees the correct details for
the sever once it's given the address but hangs on connect (all I see is the
gray screen and the mouse cursor, nothing comes up)

The server is running gdm with xdmcp enabled, no firewall at the moment.

Any ideas?

Thanks


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