I have a program running on my VaxVMS system that uses port 2020 to transmit data to a windows PC. I recently retired the windows PC and modified the settings in the program to now transmit to a new PC with a different ip address. While reviewing my firewall log, i noticed my VaxVMS system is still attempting a connection to the retired computer about once a minute. Although my software is transmitting successfully to the new machine, i can't seam to identify the historical process sill making connection attempts to the retired computer. Short of rebooting the machine, does anybody have any suggestions on how to identify the process making the connection attempts? I have tried the following commands which all show the new instance of the software running.
malmberg December 12 2017 HPE only makes the most current version of OpenVMS Alpha / IA64 /VAX available to hobbyists. When I had access to the Alliance 1 program it was the same. No public downloads are allowed by HPE.
nmbonao December 08 2017 Is anybody knows OpenVMS 8.2 version downloadable version? or CD copy? Thank you very much
aarommes December 02 2017 Bitcoin and Blockchain enthusiasts ( plus distributed computing ) please connec / reply: http://www.openvmshobbyis t.com/forum/viewthread.ph p?forum_id=130&thread_id= 2991
malmberg September 10 2017 https://sourceforge.net/p /vms-ports/wiki/VMSInstal lation/ For the most part just use VMS 6.1 media instead of 7.3. But why run the older release?
DoeveR August 07 2017 Where can I find the write up on running VMS 6.1 using the simh emulator?
Bart March 20 2017 Happy to have found my password again!