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troubleshooting Question

Can't Load TCP Console

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Brian BFlag for Canada asked on
Novell NetwareNetworking Protocols
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Sorry for the newb question. I really don't know much about Novell, but here is the scenario:

We have a dead novell server. So I have resurrected another novell server hoping to be able to restore some lost files on it. The problem is I don't know the IP address of this server. It is Novell 6.0 (I ran the "version" command to be sure, novell 6.0, server version 5.6?). The problem is when I try to do "load tcpcon" on the Novell console, I get an error "unable to find load file tcpcon". I also tried tcpcon.nlm and inetcfg.

Am I doing this wrong or is there another way I can find the address of this server? I am assuming once I can find that, I can connect to it using GUI tools from the existing administrator's workstation.
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