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Message Posted: Fri, 13 Feb 2015 @ 10:24:57 GMT
This is essentially the same as for any client connecting to any Teradata system.
1) Note the ip address(es) of your TD system.
2) Can you 'ping' those ip addresses from your linux client? If you cannot do this then you have a networking issue which needs to be resolved. Go no further.
3) After you can 'ping' the TD system from the client, try logging on from your Linux client using something like BTEQ. In the logon string, use one of the ip addresses the #1.
4) if this works then you're all set. You'll probably want to add the ip addresses into the hosts file on your linux system or add DNS entries to your DNS server. Your hosts file / dns entries should end copn - where n is a number starting at 1, one entry for each ip address.
If #4 fails then you may need to open port 1025 in any firewalls between the two systems.
If your TD system is running in a VM on Windows then you're probably best off setting up the networking for the vm as 'bridged'. Then proceed as above.
Let us know how you get on.
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