restrictions on NetWare 3.12 Systems
First you have to define the StorPoints authentication server as described in the manual.
|Excerpt from the StorPoint manual rev 1.3
NetWare Bindery With Authentication
When setting up station restrictions for a user that shall be able to access a StorPoint there are a couple of things you must take in consideration, due to the above described procedure with a "passthrough" authentication the user must be able to login on two nodes on the network, e.g. his/hers local workstation and the StorPoint. Also keep in mind that the Storpoint acts as a fileserver on the NetWare network -it has both a internal and a external network number.
Below you will find an example where the
supervisor applies station restrictions to a user who has a computer which has
MAC-address: 0020AF010B50, The external netnumber: 00DEC02 has been bound to the
frametype 802.2 at the authentication server. The supervisor first adds the external
networknumber and MAC-address of the client computer on which the user should be allowed
to log in. Thereafter he adds the internal network number of the StorPoint (by default the
last eight digits of the StorPoints MAC-address) and the nodenumber (always 00000001).
Settings in: Syscon > User information > Station Restrictions
|Allowed Login Addresses
|The external network number
bound to frame 802.2
|The MAC-address of the NIC in the client computer
|The internal network number
of the StorPoint (default the last 8 digits of the MAC-address)
|The internal nodenumber of the StorPoint (always 00000001)