> The other problem is that having built sockd and rtelnet they don't appear
> to be talking to each other. In fact when I run rtelnet, sockd does not even
> start. I have tried telnet'ing to 1080 to check I have got inetd.conf right
> and that starts sockd OK. ( well not so OK :-) )
> When I run rtelnet I get:
> rtelnet/rtelnet 184.108.40.206
> Using SOCKS protocol ver. 4 to proxy server hadrian
> Trying 220.127.116.11...
> telnet: Unable to connect to remote host: Connection timed out
When we first started using the SOCKS package, I was having a similar
problem, though other users' were having no problem. When I asked the
guy who installed it, he had me change the SOCKS_SERVER environment
variable from the hostname of the server to the IP number. i.e.
before : setenv SOCKS_SERVER hostname
after : setenv SOCKS_SERVER 18.104.22.168
This solved the problem for me...