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Compaq TCP/IP VAXVMS-TCPIPJA_ECO-V0503-182-4 Compaq TCP/IP Services/Japanese for OpenVMS V5.3 ECO Summary
TITLE: Compaq TCP/IP VAXVMS-TCPIPJA_ECO-V0503-182-4 Compaq TCP/IP Services/Japanese for OpenVMS V5.3 ECO Summary
 
NOTE:  An OpenVMS saveset or PCSI installation file is stored
       on the Internet in a self-expanding compressed file.
 
       For OpenVMS savesets, the name of the compressed saveset
       file will be kit_name.a-dcx_vaxexe for OpenVMS VAX or
       kit_name.a-dcx_axpexe for OpenVMS Alpha. Once the OpenVMS
       saveset is copied to your system, expand the compressed
       saveset by typing RUN kitname.dcx_vaxexe or kitname.dcx_alpexe.
 
       For PCSI files, once the PCSI file is copied to your system,
       rename the PCSI file to kitname.pcsi-dcx_axpexe or
       kitname.pcsi-dcx_vaxexe, then it can be expanded by typing
       RUN kitname.pcsi-dcx_axpexe or kitname.pcsi-dcx_vaxexe.  The
       resultant file will be the PCSI installation file which can be
       used to install the ECO.
 

New Kit Date:       21-MAR-2003
Modification Date:  31-MAR-2003
Modification Type:  Kit released with correct Title

Copyright (c) Compaq Computer Corporation 2001,2002,2003.  All rights reserved.

PRODUCT:    Compaq TCP/IP Services/Japanese for OpenVMS

OP/SYS:     OpenVMS VAX

SOURCE:     Compaq Computer Corporation

ECO INFORMATION:

     ECO Kit Name:  VAXVMS-TCPIPJA_ECO-V0503-182-4
                    DEC-VAXVMS-TCPIPJA_ECO-V0503-182-4
     ECO Kits Superseded by This ECO Kit:  None
     ECO Kit Approximate Size:  54992 Blocks
     Kit Applies To:  Compaq TCP/IP Services/Japanese for OpenVMS VAX , V5.3
                      OpenVMS VAX V7.2 , V7.3 
     System/Cluster Reboot Necessary:  Yes
     Rolling Re-boot Supported:  Information Not Available
     Installation Rating: INSTALL_UNKNOWN

     Kit Dependencies:

       The following remedial kit(s) must be installed BEFORE
       installation of this kit:

         None 

       In order to receive all the corrections listed in this
       kit, the following remedial kits should also be installed:

         None 


ECO KIT SUMMARY:

An ECO kit exists for TCP/IP V5.3 on OpenVMS VAX V7.2 and
V7.3.  This kit addresses the following problems: 

PROBLEMS ADDRESSED IN VAXVMS-TCPIPJA_ECO-V0503-182-4


PREVIOUSLY UNDOCUMENTED BEHAVIOR:
                                                                   

	--------------------------------------------------------------
	1: Dependency for PPP on OpenVMS 7.2-2 and above
	--------------------------------------------------------------
        IPCP negotiation of IP address between PC client and OVMS PPP
        server fails to assign client an IP address.

	Many problems were fixed in the OpenVMS PPPDRIVER. Therefore
        it is required that all customers running PPP on OpenVMS
        versions 7.2-2 and above install a patch for PPPDRIVER.

	Alpha		VMS kit (minimum version)
	-----		-------------------------
	7.2-2		VMS722_PPPD-V0200
	7.3		VMS73_PPPD-V0200

        --------------------------------------------------------------
        2: SMTP dependency on VMS Kits
        --------------------------------------------------------------
	Problem:

	When one composes a mail message in VMS mail and enters an
	SMTP address at the To: prompt and at the Cc: prompt the
	address originally entered at the Cc: prompt is not put into a
	Cc: RFC header in the SMTP message but is instead put into the
	To: RFC header.
	Dependencies:

	For this fix to be effective the following VMS kits must be
	installed.

	Alpha	    	VMS kit (minimum version)
	-----	    	-------------------------
	7.3        	VMS73_MAIL-V0100

        VAX	    	VMS kit (minimum version)
        -----       	-------------------------
	7.2	    	VAXMAIL01_072
	7.3        	VAXMAIL01_073
	
        --------------------------------------------------------------
        3: PTRs 30-10-194/30-10-174 IMAP Dependency on VMS Kits
	--------------------------------------------------------------
	The underlying OpenVMS problem has been fixed in OpenVMS
	versions 7.3-1 and later. For users running earlier versions
	of OpenVMS the following two steps must be performed to enable
	IMAP upload support:

        1) Install one of the following patches based on which OpenVMS
	version you are running:

	Alpha 		VMS kit (minimum version)
	-----		-------------------------
	7.2-2		VMS722_SYSLOA-V0200
	7.3		VMS73_SYSLOA-V0300

        NOTE: This patch need only be installed on the system or
	systems that are running the IMAP server. Cluster nodes that
	aren't running the IMAP server are not required to install the
	patch.

        2) Add this line to your TCPIP$IMAP.CONF file:

        Upload-Supported: TRUE

        WARNING: Do not set the Upload-Supported switch on an
	unpatched system running an OpenVMS version prior to 7.3-1

	--------------------------------------------------------------
        4: Inability of new IMAP clients to connect
	--------------------------------------------------------------
	Problem:
	Inability of new IMAP clients to connect and of some connected
	clients to open additional folders.

	Problem detail:
	The IMAP server supports an application specific limit on the
	number of connections an IMAP server process can handle before
	it forces the kernel to create a new IMAP server process. This
	value is set in the TCPIP$IMAP.CONF file to 25
	(Max-Connections:25).  The service limit default value
	(currently 16) should not be less than the application limit
	of 25 but in fact should be much higher or a server hang can
	result.  As an example, if a customer were to use Netscape
	which, we have observed, uses five connections. That would
	mean that 16/5 or any more than 3 concurrently attached IMAP
	Netscape clients would exhaust the 16 connection limit.

	Workaround:

	Update the IMAP service limit from 16 to 1600:

	$ tcpip set service imap/limit=1600
	$ tcpip show service imap/full/perm

	Stop and start IMAP:
	$ @sys$startup:TCPIP$IMAP_SHUTDOWN

 	$ SHOW SYSTEM/PROCESS=*IMAP* (until no more IMAP processes are left)

 	$ @sys$startup:TCPIP$IMAP_STARTUP


	--------------------------------------------------------------
        5: PTR 75-86-140 nslookup via telnet fails on V7.3-1
	--------------------------------------------------------------

	This problem was reported on OpenVMS SSB V7.3-1 with TCPIP
	V5.3, the symptom being that nslookup in interactive mode
	failed when connected via telnet.  

	Problem detail:
	For a system that is, for example, accessed via Telnet (rather
	than set host) that also has set the sysgen parameter MAXBUF
	to greater than 32K (actually the precise breaking point may
	be 33279), if they execute a C program that uses a C runtime
	call (such as getc or gets) to read data from the terminal,
	they can encounter this problem.  The C program may return
	some generic user IO error message rather than the specific
	errors returned by RMS.  (Specifically, TT driver returns an
	SS$_IVBUFLEN error to the $QIO RMS issued, and RMS returns
	RMS-F-QIO in the RAB$L_STS and SYS-F-IVBUFLEN in the RAB$L_STV
	to the caller.)

	Workaround:

	A proactive measure or immediate workaround to the problem on
	any system if MAXBUF is set to higher than 32K is to set the
	MAXBUF sysgen parameter down to 32K.  This is a dynamic
	parameter so no reboot is required.  We are not aware of any
	applications that would "break" by setting MAXBUF down to
	32K. Once the remedial kit is installed, MAXBUF can be reset
	to some higher value.

	Solution:
	VMS kit VMS731_RMS-V0100

        --------------------------------------------------------------
        6: PTR 70-5-2210 ARP timeouts not tunable over 32767
        --------------------------------------------------------------
	The ARP timeouts arpkillc, arpkilli, and arprefresh are
	limited to 32767.  This known problem was introduced in V5.3
	SSB.

        --------------------------------------------------------------
        7: PTRs 70-5-2191 and 70-5-2194 SMTP mail hang
        --------------------------------------------------------------
	70-5-2191/CFS-96560:
	TCPIP V5.3 ECO1 incoming SMTP mail job stuck in processing due
	to mail hang on $BRKTHRU called from MAILSHRP with VMS73-SYS
	patch.
	70-5-2194/CFS-96677:
	SMTP mail hangs with AXPVMS VMS73_SYS V5.0.
	
	Solution:

        Alpha           VMS kit (minimum version)
        -----           -------------------------
        7.3		VMS73_SYS-V0600
        7.3-1		VMS731_SYS-V0300

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 BFS Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	2-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:
	
	Problems found editing file using NFS from Unix after editing from
	VMS with edit/teco.  Also privilege error problem occurs after
	copying a file on VMS and attempting to save changes from Unix.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$CFS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18A
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18E

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1982 / CFS.90037 / Req Id: BCSM20HW4

ECO B	2-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Large ACLs were not handled correctly.  The server's in-memory
	copy of the ACL could be corrupted or could run past the end
	corrupting neighboring structures.  Symptoms could include NFS
	server process aborts, system crashes (if BUGCHECKFATAL or
	SYSTEM_CHECK is set), incorrect denial of access, incorrect
	lookup failure on export records, and possibly other as yet
	unattributed errors.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$CFS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18B		

	Reference:

	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2642

ECO C	15-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Performance problems when NFS serving between OpenVMS and
	Sun Solaris.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$CFS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18C
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18L
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18L

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1924 / CFS.88652 / Req Id: SE_G02851

ECO D	18-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Performance problems reported with LOOKUP and READDIRs when
	using NFSv3 protocol.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$CFS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18D
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18M

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2001 / CFS.90654 / Req Id: SE_G03513
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2591
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2592

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO E	14-OCT-2002	Alpha and IPF

	Problem:

	The typeless_directories export option does not work with
	directories on an ODS5 volume if the .DIR name extension is not
	all upper case.  Such directory names are not supported, but
	OpenVMS currently allows them to work with case blind lookup.
	This change makes NFS server behavior more consistent with
	OpenVMS behavior.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$CFS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18E

	Reference:

	PTR 75-83-303

ECO F	25-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	[1] NFS TCP threads hung, preventing TCP client access and allowing
 	    TCP sockets to build up to overall TCPIP socket limit which
	    impacted other services like FTP and Telnet.  (70-5-2126)

    	[2] INVEXCEPTN crash on VAX due to corrupted NFS tsp_head list.
	    (70-5-2170)

    	[3] Unofficial trial fix for [1] caused INVEXCEPTN crash
	    (70-5-2171).

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$CFS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18F
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18R

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2126 / CFS.94650 / Req Id: GB_G04989 / UCX Note 9417
	PTR 70-5-2170 / CFS.95987 / Req Id: GB_G05496
	PTR 70-5-2171 / CFS.96112 / Req Id: GB_G05541

ECO G	13-DEC-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:
	
	[1] Additional performance enhancements beyond 70-5-1924 and
	70-5-2001 fixes. 70-5-2106

	In SYS$SYSROOT:[000000.TCPIP$ETC]SYSCONFIGTAB.DAT the following
	new parameter was added:
		ovms_xqp_plus_enabled
			1 = open_directory_on_lookup and cache it.
			2 = open_directory_on_readdir and cache it.
			3 = turn on both 1 and 2 above.
			4 = open_file_on_getattr and cache it.  Used
			    with modus_operandi 512.

	In TCPIP$NFS_STARTUP.COM there is a new system logical:
	  TCPIP$CFS_NAME_CACHE_SIZE
			 8192 is recommended. It yields 64 entries 
			      of 128 bytes. 
			16384 yields 128 entries of 128 bytes.

    	[2] VMS and Unix clients are both accessing the same files on a VMS
	server.  If a Unix client accesses a non-Stream_LF file that was
	recently (within inactivity timer limit) created by a VMS client,
	the server does not do data conversion.

	[3] Multi-processor NFS server crashes when a UNIX client attempts
	to access a container file system. 30-5-403

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18S
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18S
	TCPIP$CFS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18G

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2106 / CFS.93896 / Req Id: HPAQ703HM
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2672
	PTR 30-5-403

ECO H	23-DEC-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	CFS process exit when server exports /option=purge.
	
	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$CFS_SHR.EXE				V5.3-18H

	Reference:

	Internal testing.

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 BIND9_SERVER Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	27-JUN-2002	Alpha only

	Problem:

	A CERT advisory Denial-of-Service was issued for BIND9 
      
	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$BIND_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 30-10-204
	PTR 70-5-2097 / CFS.93623 / Req Id: GB_G04569
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2639

ECO B	28-JUN-2002	Alpha only

	Problem:

        BIND9 server not listening on IPv4 wildcard address breaks
        failover with cluster alias

	Deliverables:

        TCPIP$BIND_SERVER.EXE                   V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 30-10-203
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2641

ECO C	7-AUG-2002	Alpha only

	Problem:

	CERT Advisory CA-2002-23 reports vulnerabilities in OpenSSL

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$BIND_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18C
	TCPIP$BIND-CHECKCONF.EXE		V5.3-18B
	TCPIP$BIND-CHECKZONE.EXE		V5.3-18B
	TCPIP$DIG.EXE				V5.3-18B
	TCPIP$DNSSEC-KEYGEN.EXE			V5.3-18B
	TCPIP$DNSSEC-MAKEKEYSET.EXE		V5.3-18B
	TCPIP$DNSSEC-SIGNKEY.EXE		V5.3-18B
	TCPIP$DNSSEC-SIGNZONE.EXE		V5.3-18B
	TCPIP$HOST.EXE				V5.3-18B
	TCPIP$NSUPDATE.EXE			V5.3-18B
	TCPIP$RNDC-CONFGEN.EXE			V5.3-18B
	TCPIP$RNDC.EXE				V5.3-18B
	NOTE:

	Reference:

	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2668

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO D	25-NOV-2002	Alpha only

	Problem:

	Images were built improperly for their installed locations,
	causing unintended side-effects on some system configurations.

	Deliverables:

        TCPIP$BIND_SERVER.EXE                           V5.3-18D

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2146 / CFS.95462 / Req Id: BCPMA00LZ
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2720

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 BIND9_TOOLS Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	14-JUN-2002	Alpha only

	Problem:

	The 'SHOW HOST *' command does not failover to the second nameserver
	configured in the resolver.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$ACCESS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 30-10-187
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2619

ECO B	7-AUG-2002	Alpha only

	Problem:

	CERT Advisory CA-2002-23 reports vulnerabilities in OpenSSL

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$BIND_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18C
	TCPIP$BIND-CHECKCONF.EXE		V5.3-18B
	TCPIP$BIND-CHECKZONE.EXE		V5.3-18B
	TCPIP$DIG.EXE				V5.3-18B
	TCPIP$DNSSEC-KEYGEN.EXE			V5.3-18B
	TCPIP$DNSSEC-MAKEKEYSET.EXE		V5.3-18B
	TCPIP$DNSSEC-SIGNKEY.EXE		V5.3-18B
	TCPIP$DNSSEC-SIGNZONE.EXE		V5.3-18B
	TCPIP$HOST.EXE				V5.3-18B
	TCPIP$NSUPDATE.EXE			V5.3-18B
	TCPIP$RNDC-CONFGEN.EXE			V5.3-18B
	TCPIP$RNDC.EXE				V5.3-18B
	NOTE:

	Reference:

	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2668

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO C	18-NOV-2002	Alpha only

	Problem:

	"$ tcpip set name /init /cluster" command returns error.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$UCP.EXE				V5.3-18F

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2182 / CFS.96363 / Req Id: HPAQB01QL / UCX Note 9505
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2710
	PTR 30-5-397

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 BIND_RESOLVER Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	26-APR-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	BIND resolver is unable to perform a name lookup for a host when
	BIND database records are returned in the following order: CNAME
	record followed by its associated PTR record and when the reverse
	address record has been subnetted on a non-byte boundary.

    	For example, consider the following:

    	$ tcpip show host 12.30.254.228
    	gethostby*.getanswer: asked for "228.254.30.12.IN-ADDR.ARPA", got
    	"228.224/27.254.30.12.IN-ADDR.ARPA"
    	%TCPIP-W-NORECORD, information not found
    	-RMS-E-RNF, record not found

	Deliverables:

    	TCPIP$ACCESS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18A
    	TCPIP$IPC_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1987 / CFS.90172 / Req Id: HPAQ20XNF
	PTR 70-5-1966 / CFS.89677 / Req Id: HPAQ12BKC

ECO B	8-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	A buffer overflow vulnerability exists in the DNS resolver
	library.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$IPC_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	Internal testing.

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO C	18-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	freehostent() was getting executed as res$$freehostent() from 
	within the resolver instead of TCPIP$FREEHOSTENT(). The latter 
	has a bug fix for memory deallocation.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$IPC_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18F

	Reference:

	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2688

ECO D	22-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

        BIND Security Vulnerability.

	Deliverables:

        TCPIP$IPC_SHR.EXE                               V5.3-18G
        TCPIP$BIND_SERVER.EXE                           V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2189 / CFS.96515 / Req Id: BCSMB02Q4
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2717

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 BIND_SERVER Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO A	22-NOV-2002	VAX only

	Problem:

        BIND Security Vulnerability.

	Deliverables:

        TCPIP$IPC_SHR.EXE                               V5.3-18G
        TCPIP$BIND_SERVER.EXE                           V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2189 / CFS.96515 / Req Id: BCSMB02Q4
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2717

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 BIND_TOOLS Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	13-JUN-2002	VAX only.

	Problem:

	The 'SHOW HOST *' command does not failover to the second nameserver
	configured in the resolver.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$ACCESS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 30-10-187
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2619

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 CFS Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO A	13-DEC-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:
	
	[1] Additional performance enhancements beyond 70-5-1924 and
	70-5-2001 fixes. 70-5-2106

	In SYS$SYSROOT:[000000.TCPIP$ETC]SYSCONFIGTAB.DAT the following
	new parameter was added:
		ovms_xqp_plus_enabled
			1 = open_directory_on_lookup and cache it.
			2 = open_directory_on_readdir and cache it.
			3 = turn on both 1 and 2 above.
			4 = open_file_on_getattr and cache it.  Used
			    with modus_operandi 512.

	In TCPIP$NFS_STARTUP.COM there is a new system logical:
	  TCPIP$CFS_NAME_CACHE_SIZE
			 8192 is recommended. It yields 64 entries 
			      of 128 bytes. 
			16384 yields 128 entries of 128 bytes.

    	[2] VMS and Unix clients are both accessing the same files on a VMS
	server.  If a Unix client accesses a non-Stream_LF file that was
	recently (within inactivity timer limit) created by a VMS client,
	the server does not do data conversion.

	[3] Multi-processor NFS server crashes when a UNIX client attempts
	to access a container file system. 30-5-403

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18U
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18U
	TCPIP$CFS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18G

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2106 / CFS.93896 / Req Id: HPAQ703HM
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2672
	PTR 30-5-403

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 DHCP Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	01-Jul-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	When running in a cluster the DHCP server sometimes does not
	recognize existing leases in the lease database resulting in
	spurious error conditions. In some cases the message "can't extend
	lease" is logged repeatedly and is then followed by the message
	"address pool exhausted". The DHCP server then stops serving IP
	addresses, thinking the IP address pool was exhausted when in fact
	it isn't. Shutting down DHCP on the active DHCP node thus forcing
	one of the standby nodes to take over usually frees the condition
	until it starts to occur again on the new active node.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$DHCP_SERVER.EXE				V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2026 / CFS.91228 / Req Id: DK_G03722

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO B	18-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

        When the DHCP client requests a particular host name some DHCP
        servers neglect to pass the host name back to the client which is
        the only way for the client to know that the host name it requested
        has been accepted by the DHCP server. When the server does not send
        the host name back to the client, the client sets its host name to
        "unknown".

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$DHCP_CLIENT.EXE				V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 30-13-63

ECO C	25-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Images were built improperly for their installed locations,
	causing unintended side-effects on some system configurations.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$DHCP_CLIENT.EXE				V5.3-18C
	TCPIP$DHCP_SERVER.EXE				V5.3-18C

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2146 / CFS.95462 / Req Id: BCPMA00LZ
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2720

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 DNFS Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	29-APR-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	TCPIP$DNFSACP has a memory leak which causes it to ACCVIO.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$DNFSACP.EXE			V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1755 / CFS.85217 / Req Id: HPAQ7025N / UCX Note GS:
	PTR 70-5-1679 / CFS.83433 / Req Id: FR_G01363

ECO B	2-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	NFS Client purges the wrong file, when after creating a few
	versions of the file, it is deleted and recreated on the Unix
	server side.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$DNFSACP.EXE			V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1629 / CFS.82470 / Req Id: FR_G01236
	PTR 70-5-925 / CFS.64566 / Req Id: MGO103920

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO C	21-Oct-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	70-5-2118: On VAX, $ BACKUP fails with SYSTEM-F-BADATTRIB on
	client NFS mounted device starting in TCPIP V5.3.  COE/ODS5
	changes to DNFS had reintroduced problem similar to old case 
	70-5-1094.

	70-5-2145: When an NFS served disk is mounted with /STRUCT=5
	(i.e. as an OSD5 volume) a DIR/DAT/SIZ of a file for which
	there are multiple versions causes the NFS client to go into a
	loop.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$DNFSACP.EXE			V5.3-18C

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2118 / CFS.94479 / Req Id: HPAQ8035M / UCX Note 2842
	PTR 70-5-2145 / CFS.95365 / Req Id: GB_G05257
	PTR 70-5-2184 / CFS.96409 / Req Id: BCSMB01VW

ECO D	29-OCT-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Attribute Definition Files (ADF) can be created using ODS-5
	pseudonyms instead of proper ODS-5 names. One ends up with ADF
	files containing the string "\pISO_LATIN\.???" instead of the
	expected filename.

	Documentation of the FIB$M_NAMES_8BIT bit leads one to expect that
	it need only be set when a file is accessed by name, but this bit
	must be set at various times when files are accessed by FID. In the
	cases where the calling $QIO was doing attribute operations by FID,
	FIB$M_NAMES_8BIT would be clear, causing the returned name used to
	build the ADF file name to be a pseudonym.  Another negative side
	affect of this is that files with two different names would share
	the same ADF file.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$DNFSACP.EXE			V5.3-18D

	Reference:

	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2645

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 FINGER Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO A	25-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Images were built improperly for their installed locations,
	causing unintended side-effects on some system configurations.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$FINGER.EXE				V5.3-18A
	TCPIP$FINGER_SERVER.EXE				V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2146 / CFS.95462 / Req Id: BCPMA00LZ
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2720

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 FTP_CLIENT Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	30-APR-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	FTP client may also provide no indication to the user that a
	transfer aborted prematurely due to a network problem, leading
	user to think a truncated transfer was successful.

	Deliverables:

        TCPIP$FTP_CLIENT.EXE                    V5.3-18A
        TCPIP$FTP_CHILD.EXE                     V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 30-10-124

ECO B	30-APR-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	$COPY/FTP does not preserve filename case on non-VMS target,
	even if target filename is explicitly quoted.  Result is
	always a lowercase-converted filename.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$FTP_CLIENT.EXE			V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1659 / CFS.83094 / Req Id: HPAQ402L0 / UCX Note 7392
	PTR 70-5-1902 / CFS.88199 / Req Id: GB_G02676
	PTR 70-5-1942 / CFS.88950 / Req Id: DE_G02959
	PTR 70-5-2015 / CFS.91000 / Req Id: AE_G03639

ECO C	30-APR-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	When a file such as test.txt.2 exists on a remote UNIX system, the
	FTP command put test.txt;2 overwrites that file even if sunique is
	on (in which case file name should be test.txt.2.1).

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$FTP_CLIENT.EXE                    V5.3-18C

	Reference:

	PTR 30-13-14

ECO D	6-JUN-2002	Alpha only

	Problem:

	FTP/INPUT qualifier does not work if directory path specified.
	Note that this problem applies only to /input file in VMS format.
        Both before and after fix, input in UNIX format works.  Leading
        slash is optional.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$FTP_CLIENT.EXE			V5.3-18D

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2068 / CFS.92615 / Req Id: HPAQ51NP3

ECO E	31-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	1. Regressions; PTR 30-10-92, PTR 30-10-193 & PTR 30-13-15
	   a. FTP> cd directory-logname does not work unless logical name
	   ends in a colon (PTR 30-10-193)
           b. FTP> cd ~username does not set default to login directory for
           username, as in previous versions (PTR 30-13-15 Alpha only)
           c. FTP> cd sub1.sub2 does not work as in previous versions
	   (PTR 30-10-92)
	   
	2. PTR 30-10-205 (Alpha only)
	   a. "FTP> ls ~" does not work; no files are listed
           b. "FTP> ls ." lists directory, not contents
           c. "FTP> ls .." lists directory level one up, not contents

	3. PTR 30-13-35 (Alpha only)
	   a. If logical name is defined to be a value that is not valid as
	   parameter of cd (non-existent directory, bad syntax, junk) then
	   cd {name} gives success message, although default directory is
	   not changed.
	   b. cd to logical or specification that includes a filename in
	   VMS format path results in default of the directory portion
	   (file ignored, no error message)
           c. If logical name is parameter and that logical is UNIX format,
	   cd fails

	4. PTR 30-13-36
	   Partly reported in UCX notes file, 9333.  Without colon at end,
	   logical names used in cd, ls, get, put and append commands
	   exhibit regression from V5.1.  cd command had already been
	   addressed for PTR 30-10-193/75-86-105, fix here is more general.

	5. PTR 30-10-202 
	   With VMS+ mode disabled, a put with filespec filename;version or
	   filename.;version results in name different from V5.1 and
	   previous version behavior.

	6. PTR 30-13-33 (Alpha only)
           Unexpected results from get with UNIX path
           get ./subdir1/subdir2/big_file.txt results in local file:
             __SUBDIR1_SUBDIR2_BIG_FILE.TXT;1

      	   get ./s1/s2/s3/s4/s5/big_file.txt results in syntax error, no
	   file

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$MSG.EXE				V5.3-18A
	TCPIP$FTP_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18C
	TCPIP$FTP_CHILD.EXE			V5.3-18C
	TCPIP$FTP_CLIENT.EXE			V5.3-18E

	Reference:

	PTR 30-10-92 / UCX Note 9333
	PTR 30-10-193
	PTR 30-13-15
	PTR 30-10-205
	PTR 30-13-35
	PTR 30-13-36
	PTR 30-10-202
	PTR 30-13-33

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO F	26-SEP-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	VMS FTP server is vulnerable to "FTP bounce attack" (CERT advisory
	CA-1997-27, c.f. http://www.cert.org/advisories/CA-1997-27.html).

	This attack is one where the FTP client sends a PORT command
	specifying a 3rd party IP address as the IP to which the FTP
	server should connect back to for a data connection.

	The VMS FTP server now disallows specification of an IP address
	other than that of the connected client, or the specification of
	a privileged port, in the PORT, LPRT, or EPRT commands.  Any
	such commands are rejected with:
		500 Illegal {PORT|LPRT|EPRT} command.

	The VMS FTP server and client also now disallow data connection
	"theft" by a 3rd party.  For server, this applies to passive-mode
	connections from an IP address other than the client's, or from a
	privileged port.  For client, this applies to active-mode
	connections from an IP address other than the server's, or from a
	port other than 20 (ftpdata).

	Original behavior can be restored by defining these logicals:
		Server				  Client
	  TCPIP$FTPD_ALLOW_ADDR_REDIRECT    TCPIP$FTP_ALLOW_ADDR_REDIRECT
	  TCPIP$FTPD_ALLOW_PORT_REDIRECT    TCPIP$FTP_ALLOW_PORT_REDIRECT
	The separate logicals allow for relaxing the IP address and port
	checks independently in server and/or client.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$FTP_CHILD.EXE			V5.3-18E
	TCPIP$FTP_CLIENT.EXE			V5.3-18F

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2098 / CFS.93700 / Req Id: HPAQ701Z5 / UCX Note 9351
	PTR 70-5-2132 / CFS.94903 / Req Id: BCGM901L8
	PTR 70-5-2138 / CFS.95168 / Req Id: BCGM903PG
	PTR 70-5-2148 / CFS.95525 / Req Id: BCGMA0149

ECO G	24-OCT-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Copy/FTP fails with %SYSTEM-F-LKWSETFUL, locked portion
	of working set is full

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$FTP_CLIENT.EXE			V5.3-18G
	TCPIP$FTP_CHILD.EXE			V5.3-18F

	Reference:

	PTR 30-5-377
	PTR 75-45-1438

ECO H	21-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	VMS Plus FTP> GET of RMS Index file can result in corrupted
	target file.  FTP> PUT of same file works fine.  UCX fixes
	for 70-5-842 and 70-5-823, which work around a discrepancy in
	the file's Area Descriptor sizes vs. its File Header sizes,
	were not carried forward to the server in V5.x.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$FTP_CLIENT.EXE			V5.3-18H
	TCPIP$FTP_CHILD.EXE			V5.3-18G

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2155 / CFS.95876 / Req Id: BCSMA037C
	PTR 70-5-823 / CFS.61674 / Req Id: UVO106108
	PTR 70-5-842 / CFS.62085 / Req Id: TLAQ70031
	PTR 30-5-261
	PTR 70-5-1001 / CFS.66367 / Req Id: EVT102812
	PTR 30-5-331

ECO I	5-DEC-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	FTP binary-mode file transfer from VMS to IBM MVS, where
	"STRU Record" mode has been enabled, stops inserting EOR
	(FF-01) record delimiters near end of file.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$FTP_CHILD.EXE			V5.3-18I
	TCPIP$FTP_CLIENT.EXE			V5.3-18I

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2165 / CFS.96034 / Req Id: BE_G05519 / UCX Note 9524

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 FTP_SERVER Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	30-APR-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	FTP client may also provide no indication to the user that a
	transfer aborted prematurely due to a network problem, leading
	user to think a truncated transfer was successful.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$FTP_CLIENT.EXE			V5.3-18A
	TCPIP$FTP_CHILD.EXE			V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 30-10-124

ECO B	28-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	[1] When the FTP client issued a mkdir (make directory) command
	    with an invalid file name argument, it (the FTP client) would
	    hang until the server timed out.

	[2] Found while testing the solution for [1].  FTP client error
	    messages can seem to be "out of sequence" if a mkdir command
	    fails when using anonymous FTP.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$FTP_CHILD.EXE			V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	TCPIP_BUGS Note 1048

ECO C	31-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	1. Regressions; PTR 30-10-92, PTR 30-10-193 & PTR 30-13-15
	   a. FTP> cd directory-logname does not work unless logical name
	   ends in a colon (PTR 30-10-193)
           b. FTP> cd ~username does not set default to login directory for
           username, as in previous versions (PTR 30-13-15 Alpha only)
           c. FTP> cd sub1.sub2 does not work as in previous versions
	   (PTR 30-10-92)
	   
	2. PTR 30-10-205 (Alpha only)
	   a. "FTP> ls ~" does not work; no files are listed
           b. "FTP> ls ." lists directory, not contents
           c. "FTP> ls .." lists directory level one up, not contents

	3. PTR 30-13-35 (Alpha only)
	   a. If logical name is defined to be a value that is not valid as
	   parameter of cd (non-existent directory, bad syntax, junk) then
	   cd {name} gives success message, although default directory is
	   not changed.
	   b. cd to logical or specification that includes a filename in
	   VMS format path results in default of the directory portion
	   (file ignored, no error message)
           c. If logical name is parameter and that logical is UNIX format,
	   cd fails

	4. PTR 30-13-36
	   Partly reported in UCX notes file, 9333.  Without colon at end,
	   logical names used in cd, ls, get, put and append commands
	   exhibit regression from V5.1.  cd command had already been
	   addressed for PTR 30-10-193/75-86-105, fix here is more general.

	5. PTR 30-10-202 
	   With VMS+ mode disabled, a put with filespec filename;version or
	   filename.;version results in name different from V5.1 and
	   previous version behavior.

	6. PTR 30-13-33 (Alpha only)
           Unexpected results from get with UNIX path
           get ./subdir1/subdir2/big_file.txt results in local file:
             __SUBDIR1_SUBDIR2_BIG_FILE.TXT;1

      	   get ./s1/s2/s3/s4/s5/big_file.txt results in syntax error, no
	   file

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$MSG.EXE				V5.3-18A
	TCPIP$FTP_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18C
	TCPIP$FTP_CHILD.EXE			V5.3-18C
	TCPIP$FTP_CLIENT.EXE			V5.3-18E

	Reference:

	PTR 30-10-92 / UCX Note 9333
	PTR 30-10-193
	PTR 30-13-15
	PTR 30-10-205
	PTR 30-13-35
	PTR 30-13-36
	PTR 30-10-202
	PTR 30-13-33

ECO D	23-AUG-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Part of PTR 30-13-36: ftp get {logical name that is a file}
	fails on COE & RUBY if the logical name is not terminated by a
	colon.


	Deliverables:

    	TCPIP$FTP_CHILD.EXE			V5.3-18D
    	TCPIP$FTP_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18D

	Reference:

	PTR 30-13-36

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO E	26-SEP-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	VMS FTP server is vulnerable to "FTP bounce attack" (CERT advisory
	CA-1997-27, c.f. http://www.cert.org/advisories/CA-1997-27.html).

	This attack is one where the FTP client sends a PORT command
	specifying a 3rd party IP address as the IP to which the FTP
	server should connect back to for a data connection.

	The VMS FTP server now disallows specification of an IP address
	other than that of the connected client, or the specification of
	a privileged port, in the PORT, LPRT, or EPRT commands.  Any
	such commands are rejected with:
		500 Illegal {PORT|LPRT|EPRT} command.

	The VMS FTP server and client also now disallow data connection
	"theft" by a 3rd party.  For server, this applies to passive-mode
	connections from an IP address other than the client's, or from a
	privileged port.  For client, this applies to active-mode
	connections from an IP address other than the server's, or from a
	port other than 20 (ftpdata).

	Original behavior can be restored by defining these logicals:
		Server				  Client
	  TCPIP$FTPD_ALLOW_ADDR_REDIRECT    TCPIP$FTP_ALLOW_ADDR_REDIRECT
	  TCPIP$FTPD_ALLOW_PORT_REDIRECT    TCPIP$FTP_ALLOW_PORT_REDIRECT
	The separate logicals allow for relaxing the IP address and port
	checks independently in server and/or client.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$FTP_CHILD.EXE			V5.3-18E
	TCPIP$FTP_CLIENT.EXE			V5.3-18F

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2098 / CFS.93700 / Req Id: HPAQ701Z5 / UCX Note 9351
	PTR 70-5-2132 / CFS.94903 / Req Id: BCGM901L8
	PTR 70-5-2138 / CFS.95168 / Req Id: BCGM903PG

ECO F	24-OCT-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Copy/FTP fails with %SYSTEM-F-LKWSETFUL, locked portion
	of working set is full

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$FTP_CLIENT.EXE			V5.3-18G
	TCPIP$FTP_CHILD.EXE			V5.3-18F

	Reference:

	PTR 30-5-377
	PTR 75-45-1438

ECO G	21-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	VMS Plus FTP> GET of RMS Index file can result in corrupted
	target file.  FTP> PUT of same file works fine.  UCX fixes
	for 70-5-842 and 70-5-823, which work around a discrepancy in
	the file's Area Descriptor sizes vs. its File Header sizes,
	were not carried forward to the server in V5.x.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$FTP_CLIENT.EXE			V5.3-18H
	TCPIP$FTP_CHILD.EXE			V5.3-18G

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2155 / CFS.95876 / Req Id: BCSMA037C
	PTR 70-5-823 / CFS.61674 / Req Id: UVO106108
	PTR 70-5-842 / CFS.62085 / Req Id: TLAQ70031
	PTR 30-5-261
	PTR 70-5-1001 / CFS.66367 / Req Id: EVT102812
	PTR 30-5-331

ECO H	26-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Images were built improperly for their installed locations,
	causing unintended side-effects on some system configurations.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$FTP_SERVER.EXE				V5.3-18H

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2146 / CFS.95462 / Req Id: BCPMA00LZ
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2720

ECO I	5-DEC-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	FTP binary-mode file transfer from VMS to IBM MVS, where
	"STRU Record" mode has been enabled, stops inserting EOR
	(FF-01) record delimiters near end of file.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$FTP_CHILD.EXE			V5.3-18I
	TCPIP$FTP_CLIENT.EXE			V5.3-18I

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2165 / CFS.96034 / Req Id: BE_G05519 / UCX Note 9524

ECO K	6-JAN-2003	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Customer requests a way to suppress file size in the 150 opening
	data connection message.  SmartTerm support suggests that the new
	behavior breaks the FTP ability against an older version of
	SmartTerm.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$FTP_CHILD.EXE			V5.3-18K

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2185 / CFS.96412 / Req Id: HPAQB0216

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 IMAP Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	15-AUG-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Improved error handling when refetching a message that has
	previously been uploaded in corrupt form by a badly-behaved IMAP
	client.

	30-10-166
	Most IMAP clients may be configured to mark a message that has been
	deleted by the user as deleted, conventionally by crossing it out
	and leaving the message in the list of messages. The delete message
	is only truly deleted once the folder is "expunged" - e.g. "Compact
	Folders" from Netscape or "Purge Deleted Messages" from Outlook. If
	a message has been deleted by a user in VMS character cell mail
	between one of the messages being marked deleted by the IMAP client
	and the expunge, the wrong messages may appear to have been deleted
	in the IMAP client message list. No data is lost and the correct
	view of the folder can be obtained by quitting and restarting the
	client.

	30-10-171
	Considering this one a duplicate of BORBONIA 101 for release note
	purposes.

	87-2-138, 30-10-186
	The Pocket PC 2002 Inbox incurs a noticeable performance hit in
	returning a complete list of mailboxes for every top-level mailbox.

	87-2-94, 30-10-185
	IMAP client sometimes sees the following error from the server when
	selecting a message:

	Message is no longer available on the server

	when one can see the message in the folder using VMS character cell
	mail.

	30-13-22
    	- Messages deleted from a folder mysteriously reappear.
    	- Needless downloading of already downloaded headers
    	- Duplicate copies of the same message in the list of messages in a
	  folder
    	- Message headers associated with the wrong message contents

	30-10-194, 30-10-174
	IMAP clients typically allow users to put copies of each sent
	message into a special folder, often called "Sent Items". Similarly
	draft copies of messages can be placed into a "Drafts"
	folder. These messages are "uploaded" from the IMAP client to the
	IMAP server.
	In the previous version of the TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS IMAP
	server the upload functionality was disabled due to an underlying
	bug in OpenVMS which caused severely degraded system performance
	when IMAP tried to upload messages. When an IMAP client tried to
	upload a message the TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS IMAP server
	returned the following error text:
	Your client has attempted to upload a message to a folder called
	"folder name here". The IMAP server administrator has disabled this
	facility.
	The underlying OpenVMS problem has been fixed in OpenVMS versions
	7.3-1 and later. For users running earlier versions of OpenVMS the
	following two steps must be performed to enable IMAP upload
	support:

	1) Install one of the following patches based on which OpenVMS
	version you are running:

        Alpha           VMS kit (minimum version)
        -----           -------------------------
        7.2-2           VMS722_SYSLOA-V0200
        7.3             VMS73_SYSLOA-V0300

        NOTE: This patch need only be installed on the system or systems
	that are running the IMAP server. Cluster nodes that aren't running
	the IMAP server are not required to install the patch.

	2) Add this line to your TCPIP$IMAP.CONF file:

        Upload-Supported: TRUE

	WARNING: Do not set the Upload-Supported switch on an unpatched
	system running an OpenVMS version prior to 7.3-1

	87-2-143, 30-13-30, 30-13-32
    	- Deleted or moved messages cannot be purged from OE's list of
	  messages.  Only exiting and re-starting client clears problem.

    	- Sometimes messages that have been read and marked as not new
	  reappear as new messages.

	30-13-19
	This release introduces a performance improvement in opening
	folders, at the expense of taking extra time to copy or move
	messages: indexing of the contents of a folder that was previously
	done when the folder was opened is now typically done when the
	contents of that folder change.

	30-13-30
	The IMAP server process crashes and the TCPIP$IMAP_RUN.LOG or the
        PTHREAD_DUMP.LOG contains the following error message:

     	 %Reason:  selected a non-ready thread -2

    	Note that this problem only occurs on multi-CPU systems.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$IMAP_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18A
	TCPIP$IMAP_STOP.EXE			V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 30-10-166 / CFS.-182
	PTR 30-10-171 / CFS.30-13-22
	PTR 87-2-138 / CFS.30-10-194
	PTR 30-10-186 / CFS.30-10-174
	PTR 87-2-94 / CFS.87-2-143
	PTR 30-10-185 / CFS.30-13-30

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO B	26-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Images were built improperly for their installed locations,
	causing unintended side-effects on some system configurations.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$IMAP_SERVER.EXE				V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2146 / CFS.95462 / Req Id: BCPMA00LZ
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2720

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 INET Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	15-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	The INETdriver stack size is too small, causing a stack overrun in
	I/O callback path for the DKdriver.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INETDRIVER.EXE			V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2090 / CFS.92677 / Req Id: BE_G04240
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2658

ECO B	31-JUL-2002	Alpha only

	Problem:

	Applications which use floating point find their registers
	modified when the NFS server is used.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18N
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18N
	TCPIP$PROXY_SERVICES.EXE		V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2102 / CFS.93767 / Req Id: STLQ70001
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2664
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2665

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO C	11-OCT-2002	Alpha only

	Problem:

	TCPIP$INETDRIVER.EXE images containing the PTR 70-5-2090 fix
	to expand the stack size can corrupt nonpaged pool on Alpha.
	Work around Alpha Macro assembler bug tickled by that fix.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INETDRIVER.EXE			V5.3-18C

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2128 / CFS.94762 / Req Id: BE_G05033

ECO D	7-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	[1] Remove unnecessary 70-5-2128 modifications to INETDRIVER.MAR.

	[2] Complete TCPIP_BUGS 2671 solution for loading INETDRIVER image
	    as a "sliced" image.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INETDRIVER.EXE			V5.3-18D

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2157 / CFS.95880 / Req Id: KAOQA0151
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2671
	PTR 70-5-2199 / CFS.96943 / Req Id: STLQC0003

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 INSTALL Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	1-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	PortMapper rejects inbound connections. Reported in 5.1 ECO 3.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$CONFIG.COM

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1949 / CFS.89098 / Req Id: FR_G03013

ECO B	2-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	NFS-Server Mount performance problems from PC's NFS-Client with
	TCPIPV5.1 ECO 3 & Cluster.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$CONFIG.COM

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2014 / CFS.90940 / Req Id: ES_G03621
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2561

ECO C	20-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	[1] TCPIP SHOW VERSION/ALL was displaying the ECO number 
	    incorrectly.

	[2] The image ID for the two install images were not
	    properly updated.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$VERSIONS.EXE			V5.3-18C

	Reference:

	Internal testing.

ECO D	6-JUN-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	The TCPIP$CONFIG.COM command procedure fails to convert service
	database records containing long host and/or network security
	lists.

	For example, the error shown below is generated during a UCX V4.2
	to TCP/IP 5.1 ECO 3 database rollover and conversion:

	$ product remove ucx
	$ product install tcpip
	
	$ @sys$startup:tcpip$config
			     .
			     .
			     .
	FTP Configuration
	
	Service is defined in the SYSUAF.
	Service is not defined in the TCPIP$SERVICE database.
	Service is stopped.
	Creating FTP Service Entry
	%DCL-W-TKNOVF, command element is too long - shorten
	\SET SERV FTP /ACCEPT=HOST=(1.1.1.1, 1.1.1.2, 1.1.1.3, 1.1.1.4,
	1.1.1.5, 1.1.1.6, 1.1.1.7,1.1.1.8, 1.1.1.9, 1.1.1.10, 1.1.1.11,
	1.1.1.12, 1.1.1.13, 1.1.1.14, 1.1.1.15, 1.1.1.16, 1.1.1.17,
	1.1.1.18, 1.1.1.19,1.1.1.20, 1.1.1.21, 1.1.1.22, 1.1.1.23, 1.1.1.24
	%DCL-W-UNDSYM, undefined symbol - check validity and spelling
	 \CONFIG_OPTS\

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$CONFIG.COM

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1980
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2635

ECO E	1-JUL-2002	Alpha

	Problem:

	There are symbols defined for ndc and xfer in
	tcpip$define_commands.com which are only valid for VAX.

	Deliverables:

        TCPIP$DEFINE_COMMANDS.COM

	Reference:

	PTR 30-10-161

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO F	20-Nov-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Recompile versions.c to update the ECO number to 2 for 
	'$ tcpip show/version/all'

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$VERSIONS.EXE			V5.3-18F

	Reference:

	Internal testing.

ECO G	12-DEC-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	The TCPIP$STARTUP.COM command procedure outputs spurious text to
	the console during system startup when the "STARTUP_P2" parameter
	is set to "VD".

	For example, you will see the following output on the system
	console when booting with the STARTUP_P2 parameters set to "VD":

		:

	%NCP-I-NOINFO, No information in database
	$     deassign sys$error
	$
	$     if arb_level .lt. arb_level_min
	$     endif
	$
	$     ! check INSTKPAGES system parameter on VAX;
	$     ! if minimum interrupt stack pages are  not
	$     ! configured, do not start tcp/ip services
	$
	$     if f$getsyi("arch_name") .eqs. "VAX"
	$     endif
	$
	$     exit status
	%TCPIP-I-SETLOCAL, setting domain and/or local host

		:

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$STARTUP.COM

	Reference:

	PTR 30-10-192
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2692

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 IPC Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	6-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	BIND resolver is unable to perform a name lookup for a host when
	BIND database records are returned in the following order: CNAME
	record followed by its associated PTR record and when the reverse
	address record has been subnetted on a non-byte boundary.

    	For example, consider the following:

    	$ tcpip show host 12.30.254.228
    	gethostby*.getanswer: asked for "228.254.30.12.IN-ADDR.ARPA", got
    	"228.224/27.254.30.12.IN-ADDR.ARPA"
    	%TCPIP-W-NORECORD, information not found
    	-RMS-E-RNF, record not found

	The proposed fix for this problem, detailed in PTR 70-5-1966, now
	causes access violations in the BIND resolver.

	Deliverables:

    	TCPIP$ACCESS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18A
    	TCPIP$IPC_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1987 / CFS.90172 / Req Id: HPAQ20XNF
	PTR 70-5-1966

ECO B	8-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	A buffer overflow vulnerability exists in the DNS resolver
	library.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$IPC_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	Internal testing.

ECO C	8-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Solution for 70-5-1987 / 70-5-1966 fails in TCP/IP V5.3.
	
	Deliverables:

    	TCPIP$ACCESS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18C
    	TCPIP$IPC_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18C

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1987 / CFS.90172 / Req Id: HPAQ20XNF
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2623
	PTR 70-5-1966 / CFS.89677 / Req Id: HPAQ12BKC

ECO D	18-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Each time a signal is delivered during a select() call, the
	logical name TCPIP$SELECT_ABORT_ON_SIGNAL is translated.
	Since such aborts can occur frequently, the repetitive
	translations can become a performance issue.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$IPC_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18D

	Reference:

	PTR 75-83-132
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2651

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO E	18-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Unable to call getaddrinfo() from outside of the TCP/IP 
	build environment.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$IPC_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18E

	Reference:

	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2687

ECO F	18-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	freehostent() was getting executed as res$$freehostent() from 
	within the resolver instead of TCPIP$FREEHOSTENT(). The latter 
	has a bug fix for memory deallocation.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$IPC_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18F

	Reference:

	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2688

ECO G	22-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

        BIND Security Vulnerability.

	Deliverables:

        TCPIP$IPC_SHR.EXE                               V5.3-18G
        TCPIP$BIND_SERVER.EXE                           V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2189 / CFS.96515 / Req Id: BCSMB02Q4
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2717

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 KERNEL_NFS Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	1-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	NFS server hangs intermittently.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1934 / CFS.88768 / Req Id: STL317968
	PTR 70-5-1935 / CFS.88773 / Req Id: DE_G02890

ECO B	2-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Backport V5.4 fix for increasing the maximum number of threads
	from 32 to 1024 to increase performance.  Also fixed problem
	when TCP threads is configured to 0 which prevented NFS from
	registering with portmapper for UDP too.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18B
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2574
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2575

ECO C	2-MAY-2002	Alpha only

	Problem:

	All UDP NFS threads hang one by one until none are available.
	Solution addresses only Alpha (not VAX) at this time.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18C
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18C

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1993 / CFS.90511 / Req Id: BCSM21ZHZ

ECO D	2-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Unix NFS client causes VMS NFS server system to crash when
	doing a mknod or mkfifo operation to create a special file.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18D

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2035 / CFS.91451 / Req Id: GB_G03790

ECO E	3-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:
	
	Problems found editing file using NFS from Unix after editing from
	VMS with edit/teco.  Also privilege error problem occurs after
	copying a file on VMS and attempting to save changes from Unix.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$CFS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18A
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18E

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1982 / CFS.90037 / Req Id: BCSM20HW4

ECO F	17-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	NFS_SERVICES SSRVEXCEPT crash due to CPU time limit inherited
	from Default account when TCPIP$NFS account was set up.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$CONFIG.COM
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18F

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2018 / CFS.91078 / Req Id: DK_G03672 / UCX Note 9152
	PTR 70-5-2135 / CFS.94922 / Req Id: GB_G05093

ECO G	14-JUN-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Crash due to running out of vnode structures.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE                  V5.3-18G

	Reference:

	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2636

ECO H	1-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	The number of identifiers in the NFS credentials is not sufficient,
	and the UIC is not being handled properly.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18H
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18H

	Reference:

	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2632

ECO I	2-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE loses execlet load status return.  And on
	load failures, NFS_SPINLOCK cleared when not deallocated.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18I
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18I

	Reference:

	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2633

ECO K	10-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Problems with proxy in various file create operations.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18K

	Reference:

	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2638

ECO L	15-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Performance problems when NFS serving between OpenVMS and
	Sun Solaris.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$CFS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18C
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18L
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18L

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1924 / CFS.88652 / Req Id: SE_G02851

ECO M	18-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Performance problems reported with LOOKUP and READDIRs when
	using NFSv3 protocol.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$CFS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18D
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18M

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2001 / CFS.90654 / Req Id: SE_G03513
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2591
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2592

ECO N	24-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Applications which use floating point find their registers
	modified when the NFS server is used(Alpha).
        Due to a build problem ECO H images for KERNEL_NFS did not
        build correctly(Alpha and VAX).

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18N
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18N
	TCPIP$PROXY_SERVICES.EXE		V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2102 / CFS.93767 / Req Id: STLQ70001
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2664
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2632

ECO O	3-SEP-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

        The fix to VFS to set the default UIC identifier as a pair of
        longwords with the first being the UIC and the second being
        KGB$M_RESOURCE was not checked in as previously believed.

	Deliverables:

        TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18O		

	Reference:

	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2678

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO P	29-OCT-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	NET memory blocks from NFS filled nonpaged pool.
	NFS memory leak fixed for malformed (non-NFS) UDP requests.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18P

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2150 / CFS.95578 / Req Id: BCSMA01DZ

ECO Q	5-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Cannot configure noproxy_uid and noproxy_gid to -2 using
	documented methods in TCPIP V5.3 -- must sysconfig using
	65534 but then display shows result as 4294967294 not -2.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18Q

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2151 / CFS.95635 / Req Id: SE_G05373

ECO R	25-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

    	[1] NFS TCP threads hung, preventing TCP client access and allowing
	TCP sockets to build up to overall TCPIP socket limit which
	impacted other services like FTP and Telnet.  (70-5-2126)
    	[2] INVEXCEPTN crash on VAX due to corrupted NFS tsp_head list.
	(70-5-2170)
    	[3] Unofficial trial fix for [1] caused INVEXCEPTN crash
    	(70-5-2171).

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$CFS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18F
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18R

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2126 / CFS.94650 / Req Id: GB_G04989 / UCX Note 9417
	PTR 70-5-2170 / CFS.95987 / Req Id: GB_G05496
	PTR 70-5-2171 / CFS.96112 / Req Id: GB_G05541

ECO S	26-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Images were built improperly for their installed locations,
	causing unintended side-effects on some system configurations.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVER.EXE				V5.3-18S

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2146 / CFS.95462 / Req Id: BCPMA00LZ
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2720

ECO T	13-DEC-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:
	
	[1] Additional performance enhancements beyond 70-5-1924 and
	70-5-2001 fixes. 70-5-2106

	In SYS$SYSROOT:[000000.TCPIP$ETC]SYSCONFIGTAB.DAT the following
	new parameter was added:
		ovms_xqp_plus_enabled
			1 = open_directory_on_lookup and cache it.
			2 = open_directory_on_readdir and cache it.
			3 = turn on both 1 and 2 above.
			4 = open_file_on_getattr and cache it.  Used
			    with modus_operandi 512.

	In TCPIP$NFS_STARTUP.COM there is a new system logical:
	  TCPIP$CFS_NAME_CACHE_SIZE
			 8192 is recommended. It yields 64 entries 
			      of 128 bytes. 
			16384 yields 128 entries of 128 bytes.

    	[2] VMS and Unix clients are both accessing the same files on a VMS
	server.  If a Unix client accesses a non-Stream_LF file that was
	recently (within inactivity timer limit) created by a VMS client,
	the server does not do data conversion.

	[3] Multi-processor NFS server crashes when a UNIX client attempts
	to access a container file system. 30-5-403

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18T
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18T
	TCPIP$CFS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18G

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2106 / CFS.93896 / Req Id: HPAQ703HM
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2672
	PTR 30-5-403

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 KERNEL_RPC Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	2-MAY-2002	Alpha only

	Problem:

	All UDP NFS threads hang one by one until none are available.
	Solution addresses only Alpha (not VAX) at this time.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18C
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18C

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1993 / CFS.90511 / Req Id: BCSM21ZHZ

ECO B	24-JUL-2002	Alpha only

	Problem:

	Applications which use floating point find their registers
	modified when the NFS server is used.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18N
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18N
	TCPIP$PROXY_SERVICES.EXE		V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2102 / CFS.93767 / Req Id: STLQ70001
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2664

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO C	29-OCT-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	NET memory blocks from NFS filled nonpaged pool.
	NFS memory leak fixed for malformed (non-NFS) UDP requests.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18P

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2150 / CFS.95578 / Req Id: BCSMA01DZ

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 KERNEL_RPCSVC Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	24-JUL-2002	Alpha only

	Problem:

	Applications which use floating point find their registers
	modified when the NFS server is used.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18N
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18N
	TCPIP$PROXY_SERVICES.EXE		V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2102 / CFS.93767 / Req Id: STLQ70001
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2664

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 KERNEL_VFS Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	2-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Unix NFS client causes VMS NFS server system to crash when
	doing a mknod or mkfifo operation to create a special file.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18D

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2035 / CFS.91451 / Req Id: GB_G03790

ECO B	14-JUN-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Crash due to running out of vnode structures.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE                  V5.3-18G

	Reference:

	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2636

ECO C	24-JUL-2002	Alpha only

	Problem:

	Applications which use floating point find their registers
	modified when the NFS server is used.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18N
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18N
	TCPIP$PROXY_SERVICES.EXE		V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2102 / CFS.93767 / Req Id: STLQ70001
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2664

ECO D	3-SEP-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

        The fix to VFS to set the default UIC identifier as a pair of
        longwords with the first being the UIC and the second being
        KGB$M_RESOURCE was not checked in as previously believed.

	Deliverables:

        TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18O		

	Reference:

	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2678

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO E	13-DEC-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:
	
	[1] Additional performance enhancements beyond 70-5-1924 and
	70-5-2001 fixes. 70-5-2106

	In SYS$SYSROOT:[000000.TCPIP$ETC]SYSCONFIGTAB.DAT the following
	new parameter was added:
		ovms_xqp_plus_enabled
			1 = open_directory_on_lookup and cache it.
			2 = open_directory_on_readdir and cache it.
			3 = turn on both 1 and 2 above.
			4 = open_file_on_getattr and cache it.  Used
			    with modus_operandi 512.

	In TCPIP$NFS_STARTUP.COM there is a new system logical:
	  TCPIP$CFS_NAME_CACHE_SIZE
			 8192 is recommended. It yields 64 entries 
			      of 128 bytes. 
			16384 yields 128 entries of 128 bytes.

    	[2] VMS and Unix clients are both accessing the same files on a VMS
	server.  If a Unix client accesses a non-Stream_LF file that was
	recently (within inactivity timer limit) created by a VMS client,
	the server does not do data conversion.

	[3] Multi-processor NFS server crashes when a UNIX client attempts
	to access a container file system. 30-5-403

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18S
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18S
	TCPIP$CFS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18G

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2106 / CFS.93896 / Req Id: HPAQ703HM
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2672
	PTR 30-5-403

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 LBROKER Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	7-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	LBROKER uses 0.0.0.0 as the address for the failover member
	if none is specified in the conf file.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$LBROKER.EXE                       V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1991 / CFS.90276 / Req Id: NL_G03370
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2597

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO B	5-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	TCPIP$METRIC server process (tcpip$metric_1) is stopping on its own
	every so often, and when it's restarted automatically it gets a new
	process name (tcpip$metric_2) which customer's scripts can't
	handle.

	Deliverables:

        TCPIP$METRIC.EXE                        V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2130 / CFS.94872 / Req Id: GB_G05078 / UCX Note 9384
	UCX Note 9062

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 LPD5 Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	11-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Inbound LPD jobs from a host (as identified in the control file's
	'H' card) that is not registered with the DNS are rejected.  This
	is a change in behavior from previous versions of LPD.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$LPD_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	UCX Note 9319
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2656

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO B	14-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	The telnet symbiont places logs into SYS$SPECIFIC:[SYSEXE]
	after upgrade to V5.3 even when the TCPIP$LPD_ROOT logical
	name is properly defined.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$TELNETSYM.EXE			V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 30-13-48

ECO C	4-DEC-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Images were built improperly for their installed locations,
	causing unintended side-effects on some system configurations.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$LPD_RCV.EXE				V5.3-18C

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2146 / CFS.95462 / Req Id: BCPMA00LZ
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2720

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Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 MOUNT_SERVER Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	17-JUN-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	TCPIP$MOUNTD process consumes 100% CPU on shutdown.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$MOUNTD.EXE			V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 30-10-195

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO B	26-SEP-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	TCPIP$MOUNTD_1 process ran out of memory due to memory leak
	and looped, consuming 100% CPU.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$RPCXDR_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18A
	TCPIP$MOUNTD.EXE			V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2091 / CFS.93357 / Req Id: DE_G04477

ECO C	26-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Images were built improperly for their installed locations,
	causing unintended side-effects on some system configurations.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$MOUNTD.EXE				V5.3-18C

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2146 / CFS.95462 / Req Id: BCPMA00LZ
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2720

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Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 MSG Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	31-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	1. Regressions; PTR 30-10-92, PTR 30-10-193 & PTR 30-13-15
	   a. FTP> cd directory-logname does not work unless logical name
	   ends in a colon (PTR 30-10-193)
           b. FTP> cd ~username does not set default to login directory for
           username, as in previous versions (PTR 30-13-15 Alpha only)
           c. FTP> cd sub1.sub2 does not work as in previous versions
	   (PTR 30-10-92)
	   
	2. PTR 30-10-205 (Alpha only)
	   a. "FTP> ls ~" does not work; no files are listed
           b. "FTP> ls ." lists directory, not contents
           c. "FTP> ls .." lists directory level one up, not contents

	3. PTR 30-13-35 (Alpha only)
	   a. If logical name is defined to be a value that is not valid as
	   parameter of cd (non-existent directory, bad syntax, junk) then
	   cd {name} gives success message, although default directory is
	   not changed.
	   b. cd to logical or specification that includes a filename in
	   VMS format path results in default of the directory portion
	   (file ignored, no error message)
           c. If logical name is parameter and that logical is UNIX format,
	   cd fails

	4. PTR 30-13-36
	   Partly reported in UCX notes file, 9333.  Without colon at end,
	   logical names used in cd, ls, get, put and append commands
	   exhibit regression from V5.1.  cd command had already been
	   addressed for PTR 30-10-193/75-86-105, fix here is more general.

	5. PTR 30-10-202 
	   With VMS+ mode disabled, a put with filespec filename;version or
	   filename.;version results in name different from V5.1 and
	   previous version behavior.

	6. PTR 30-13-33 (Alpha only)
           Unexpected results from get with UNIX path
           get ./subdir1/subdir2/big_file.txt results in local file:
             __SUBDIR1_SUBDIR2_BIG_FILE.TXT;1

      	   get ./s1/s2/s3/s4/s5/big_file.txt results in syntax error, no
	   file

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$MSG.EXE				V5.3-18A
	TCPIP$FTP_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18C
	TCPIP$FTP_CHILD.EXE			V5.3-18C
	TCPIP$FTP_CLIENT.EXE			V5.3-18E

	Reference:

	PTR 30-10-92 / UCX Note 9333
	PTR 30-10-193
	PTR 30-13-15
	PTR 30-10-205
	PTR 30-13-35
	PTR 30-13-36
	PTR 30-10-202
	PTR 30-13-33

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Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 NET Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	30-APR-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	FTP can hang while sending data when TCP_SACK option is
	negotiated.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INTERNET_SERVICES.EXE		V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 30-10-124

ECO A	2-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Multi-processor system may crash on shutdown

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INTERNET_SERVICES.EXE		V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2033 / CFS.90674 / Req Id: KAOQ11157
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2572
	PTR 70-5-1972

ECO B	30-APR-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	INVEXCEPTN crash in TCPIP$INTERNET_SERVICES due to inadvertent
	freeing of a BG device for an active TN device kernel client.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INTERNET_SERVICES.EXE		V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1928 / CFS.88690 / Req Id: STLQC0001
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2572
	PTR 70-5-1947 / CFS.89075 / Req Id: HPAQC22TZ

ECO C	1-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Listen service Active and Peak counters were cleared after
	disabling and reenabling the service, despite connections
	still being active from the old incarnation of the service.
	Old listen service clients are now accounted for in a new
	incarnation of the service -- except for Telnet, Rlogin,
	RSH, and REXEC services.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INETACP.EXE			V5.3-18C

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1733 / CFS.84761 / Req Id: MGO94517A

ECO D	1-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	INCONSTATE crash when starting up TCPIP at boot with LAN cable
	disconnected.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INTERNET_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18D

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1948 / CFS.89084 / Req Id: HPAQC23KF

ECO E	3-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	[1] SNMP when reporting on TCP sockets only returns information
	    about the Listener sockets and not on connected sockets.

	[2] When SNMP client requests data that accesses
	    arp table, as with request for ipNetToMediaTable
	    values (prefix 1.3.6.1.2.1.4.22), if there are 
	    >288 arp entries either no response to client 
	    (v5.3 & 5.4) or cpu goes into infinite loop (v5.1)
	    (and possible error response to client)

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INTENRET_SERVICES.EXE		V5.3-18E

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2000 / CFS.90643 / Req Id: FR_G03507
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2584
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2244

ECO F	20-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	POOLCHECK bugcheck with TCPIP$INETACP as current process.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INETACP.EXE			V5.3-18F

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2052 / CFS.92192 / Req Id: HPAQ5063S / UCX Note 9226
	PTR 70-5-2117 / CFS.94451 / Req Id: NL_G04905
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2584
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2244

ECO G	3-JUN-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	VAX systems hang running basic FTP tests after installing
	images with fix for TCPIP_BUGS 2595 (the Apache fix).
	Re-engineered the solution for that bug.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INTERNET_SERVICES.EXE		V5.3-18G

	Reference:

	PTR 30-7-71
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2595

ECO H	14-JUN-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	INVEXCEPTN crash due to multithreaded application attempting
	several bind resolver lookups simultaneously which caused
	multiple UDP socket connect() operations to queue up leading
	to crash after first was processed.

	Deliverables:

        TCPIP$INTERNET_SERVICES.EXE             V5.3-18H

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2069 / CFS.92634 / Req Id: AT_G04226

ECO I	28-JUN-2002	Alpha only

	Problem:

	SSRVEXCEPT crash in TCPIP$INETACP with corrupt REXEC service
	pending/active queues.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INETACP.EXE			V5.3-18I
	TCPIP$INTERNET_SERVICES.EXE		V5.3-18I

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2063 / CFS.92490 / Req Id: BCSM516HF
	PTR 75-66-936
	PTR 75-66-1088

ECO K	15-AUG-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:
	
	Listen services that just use the SYS$NET logical and don't use the
	socket(TCPIP$C_AUXS) handshake to complete the socket handoff from
	the INETACP can cause the INETACP process' BYTLM and BYTCNT to
	increase a little for every client.  After a while these can exceed
	0x7FFFFFFF and go negative, at which point the INETACP stops
	working.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INETACP.EXE			V5.3-18K

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2095 / CFS.93563 / Req Id: TKT336553

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO M	9-SEP-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:
	
	FTP client send operations, or server get operations, can result in
	truncated files or apparent client/server hangs when
	TCPIP$FTP_USE_TCP_SACK logical is defined enabling use of TCP
	Selective ACK feature.  Follow-on to QAR 30-10-124.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INTERNET_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18M

	Reference:

	PTR 30-13-8

ECO N	9-SEP-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	A terminal with a direct-connect printer connects via telnet
	through a terminal server, activates the printer, and the telnet
	session gets disconnected shortly thereafter.  TCP was mistakenly
	timing out a "persisting" but progressing connection.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INTERNET_SERVICES.EXE		V5.3-18N

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2107 / CFS.93970 / Req Id: DE_G04738 / UCX Note 9378

ECO O	3-OCT-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	A multihomed DHCP client is unable to configure interfaces
        other than the primary after starting TCPIP v5.3. 

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INTERNET_SERVICES.EXE		V5.3-18O

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2131 / CFS.94873 / Req Id: HPAQ90151

ECO P	8-OCT-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	SSRT2266 IGMP Denial of Service

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INTERNET_SERVICES.EXE		V5.3-18P

	Reference:

	Internal testing.

ECO Q	11-OCT-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	The TELNET logout messages introduced with the 70-5-1861 solution
	specify both the CENTRAL and NETWORK classes of OPCOM messages.
	They should only specify the NETWORK class.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$TNDRIVER.EXE				V5.3-18K
	TCPIP$INETACP.EXE				V5.3-18Q
	TCPIP$PROXY_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18C

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1861 / CFS.87231 / Req Id: NL_G02311 / UCX Note 9347
	UCX Note 9078

ECO R	1-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Internet_Services PGFIPLHI crash when using TCPIP sysconfig -s.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INTERNET_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18R

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2129 / CFS.94845 / Req Id: GB_G05069

ECO S	5-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	There is an off-by-one bug in the ip6_setmoptions() code for
	handling IPv4-mapped addresses.  This problem is currently blocking
	JAVA development.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INTERNET_SERVICES.EXE		V5.3-18S

	Reference:

	QAR 93317

ECO T	11-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	TCP/IP Services would fail to send a necessary ARP request packet
	if the outbound interface had addresses in multiple networks and
	the target was not in any of them.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INTERNET_SERVICES.EXE		V5.3-18T

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2172 / CFS.96123 / Req Id: HPAQB005G
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2706

ECO U	12-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	After upgrade to V5.3, system runs for a while then see
	%SYSTEM-F-EXQUOTA process quota exceeded when trying to use a
	socket application.  $ TCPIP SHOW COMM/MEM shows close to 10,000
	socket structures allocated.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INTERNET_SERVICES.EXE		V5.3-18U

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2152 / CFS.95680 / Req Id: HPAQA01Z2 / UCX Note 9500

ECO V	6-DEC-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:
	
	SSRVEXCEPT crash during TCPIP shutdown occurred when cluster alias
	lock release AST delivery got delivered after INTERNET_SERVICES
	execlet had been unloaded.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INETACP.EXE			V5.3-18V

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2154 / CFS.95854 / Req Id: BCGMP1N7D

ECO W	9-DEC-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	INCONSTATE crash (panic()) with TNdriver trying to free a
	transmit DCBE chain that had already been freed.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INTERNET_SERVICES.EXE		V5.3-18W

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2168 / CFS.96076 / Req Id: FR_G05531 / UCX Note 9515

ECO X	13-DEC-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	[1] 70-5-2192:
	    Listen service processes can encounter SS$_NOSUCHDEV (ENXIO)
	    error when trying to accept socket handoff from INETACP via
	    socket(TCPIP$C_AUXS) call.

	[2] 70-5-2104:
	    Listen service processes can encounter SS$_DEVALLOC (EBUSY)
	    or SS$_BADPARAM (EINVAL) when trying to accept socket handoff
	    from INETACP via socket(TCPIP$C_AUXS) call.  This is more
	    often seen when the Bind Resolver has been misconfigured
	    and the service is configured with /LOG=NoAddr.

	For the above two problems, OPCOM messages are seen similar to:
	    INTERnet ACP detected TCPIP$SMTP exiting before 'socket'
	The LPD service might report as TCPIP-E-LPD_UNREACHABLE error
	on OPCOM and in logs.

	[3] 70-5-2203:
	    When REXEC/RSH server fails to create process for the client
	    session (e.g. due to SS$_NOSLOT), the INETACP process leaks
	    a channel to an MBA mailbox device, affecting the INETACP's
	    BytCnt/Bytlm quota.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INETACP.EXE			V5.3-18X

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2192 / CFS.96618 / Req Id: HPAQB03CC / UCX Note 9558
	PTR 70-5-2203 / CFS.96983 / Req Id: TKT413086 / UCX Note (none)
	PTR 70-5-2104 / CFS.93868 / Req Id: BCSM7038W / UCX Note 9360

ECO Y	17-DEC-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	(INETDRIVER) CONNECT completion VCRP used for other events

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INTERNET_SERVICES.EXE		V5.3-18Y

	Reference:

	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2670

ECO Z	23-DEC-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:
	
	SSRVEXCEPT crash during TCPIP shutdown occurred when cluster alias
	lock release AST delivery got delivered after INTERNET_SERVICES
	execlet had been unloaded.  The first solution to this problem
        resulted in PGFIPLHI errors when run on a VAX.  Analysis revealed
        that this problem could occur on Alpha systems also.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INETACP.EXE			V5.3-18Z

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2154 / CFS.95854 / Req Id: BCGMP1N7D
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2726

ECO AA	24-JAN-2003	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Solution for 70-5-2152 failed to solve the reported problem.
	That solution was correct, but got inadvertently disabled
	in the source code when built.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$INTERNET_SERVICES.EXE		V5.3-18AA

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2231 / CFS.97815 / Req Id: HPAQ103HB
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2713

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 NLM Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO A	5-DEC-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Images were built improperly for their installed locations,
	causing unintended side-effects on some system configurations.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$LOCKD.EXE					V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2146 / CFS.95462 / Req Id: BCPMA00LZ
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2720

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 NSM Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO A	5-DEC-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Images were built improperly for their installed locations,
	causing unintended side-effects on some system configurations.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$STATD.EXE					V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2146 / CFS.95462 / Req Id: BCPMA00LZ
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2720

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 NTP4_SERVER Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO A	22-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	NTP fails on Marvel (32-CPU top-end Alpha system)

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NTP.EXE				V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 75-83-445
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2712

ECO B	26-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Images were built improperly for their installed locations,
	causing unintended side-effects on some system configurations.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NTP.EXE					V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2146 / CFS.95462 / Req Id: BCPMA00LZ
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2720

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Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 PCNFS_SERVER Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO A	26-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Images were built improperly for their installed locations,
	causing unintended side-effects on some system configurations.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$PCNFSD.EXE				V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2146 / CFS.95462 / Req Id: BCPMA00LZ
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2720

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 POP Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	3-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	The system logical TCPIP$POP_DECNET_REWRITE, when defined as
	'TRANSFORM', fails to function properly with TCP/IP V5.1 ECO 3.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$POP_SERVER.EXE                    V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1895 / CFS.87911 / Req Id: KAOQA3152

ECO B	1-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Disable the "-logfile" command line switch, which is not needed on
	OpenVMS.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$POP_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	Internal testing.

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO C	26-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Images were built improperly for their installed locations,
	causing unintended side-effects on some system configurations.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$POP_SERVER.EXE				V5.3-18C

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2146 / CFS.95462 / Req Id: BCPMA00LZ
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2720

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Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 PROXY_SERVER Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	2-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	The system hung after a reboot.  Nonpaged pool showed a large
	allocation containing a pointer into PROXY_SERVICES.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$PROXY_SERVICES.EXE		V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2036 / CFS.91517 / Req Id: STLQ40001

ECO B	24-JUL-2002	Alpha only

	Problem:

	Applications which use floating point find their registers
	modified when the NFS server is used.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18N
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18N
	TCPIP$PROXY_SERVICES.EXE		V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2102 / CFS.93767 / Req Id: STLQ70001
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2664

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO C	11-OCT-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	The TELNET logout messages introduced with the 70-5-1861 solution
	specify both the CENTRAL and NETWORK classes of OPCOM messages.
	They should only specify the NETWORK class.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$TNDRIVER.EXE				V5.3-18K
	TCPIP$INETACP.EXE				V5.3-18Q
	TCPIP$PROXY_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18C

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1861 / CFS.87231 / Req Id: NL_G02311 / UCX Note 9347
	UCX Note 9078

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 PWIP Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO A	13-JAN-2003	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Some images do not/cannot be loaded sliced.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$PWIPDRIVER.EXE			V5.3-18A
	TCPIP$SYSCONFIG.EXE			V5.3-18A
	TCPIP$TNDRIVER.EXE			V5.3-18M

	Reference:

	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2671

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 RCP Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	3-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	RCP/PRESERVE (aka RCP -p) didn't preserve correct modification
	timestamp for files created in the summertime (daylight savings
	in effect) but copied in the wintertime (standard time), or vice-
	versa.  The timestamp is off by an hour (the daylight savings
	differential).  Problem occurred for files copied to a VMS host,
	but not for files copied to non-VMS host.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$RCP.EXE				V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1926 / CFS.88669 / Req Id: DE_G02856 / UCX Note 8942

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 RPC Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO A	26-SEP-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:
	
	TCPIP$MOUNTD_1 process ran out of memory due to memory leak and
	looped, consuming 100% CPU.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$RPCXDR_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18A
	TCPIP$MOUNTD.EXE			V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2091 / CFS.93357 / Req Id: DE_G04477

ECO B	19-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	RPC server that uses svc_getreqset() routine can experience ACCVIO
	at runtime.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$RPCXDR_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2031 / CFS.91357 / Req Id: DEK067146 / UCX Note 9170
	PTR 70-5-2144 / CFS.95363 / Req Id: GB_G05255

ECO C	26-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Images were built improperly for their installed locations,
	causing unintended side-effects on some system configurations.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$PORTMAPPER.EXE				V5.3-18C

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2146 / CFS.95462 / Req Id: BCPMA00LZ
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2720

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 SDA Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	3-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	SDA> TCPIP SHOW INETCB[/STAT] exhibits several cosmetic display
	problems and inconsistencies.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$SDA.EXE					V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	Internal testing.

ECO A	3-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Several problems with SDA> TCPIP initialization:
	  - sometimes unable to identify execlet/driver base address
	  - aborting symbol table loading prematurely
	  - symbol table load order can shadow existing symbols with
	    phantoms
	  - some TCPIP information is displayed when TCPIP isn't
	    loaded; other information isn't displayed when it could be.
	  - TCPIP SHOW INTERFACE doesn't work if PROXY/NFS SERVICES exist.

	Deliverables:

        TCPIP$SDA.EXE                                   V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	Internal testing.

ECO A	3-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	SDA> TCPIP SHOW ROUTE doesn't display the default route.

	Deliverables:

        TCPIP$SDA.EXE                                   V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	Internal testing.

ECO A	3-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	[1] SDA> SHOW DEV produces confusing %TCPIP-E-NOSUCHDEV, No such
	    device error message after showing one or more Idle devices.

	[2] SDA> SHOW DEV/FUL caused ACCVIO, preventing display of all
	    device sockets.

	Deliverables:

        TCPIP$SDA.EXE                                   V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	Internal testing.

ECO A	3-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	SDA> TCPIP TAG ALL | SEARCH | SHOW MEMORY can generate an
	infinite loop of:
	  %TCPIP-W-NOREAD, unable to access location 00000000.00000000
	  -SDA-W-MEMNOTSVD, process memory not saved in the dump file
	messages.

	Deliverables:

        TCPIP$SDA.EXE                                   V5.3-18A
	TCPIP$SDA.HLB

	Reference:

	Internal testing.

ECO A	3-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	SDA> TCPIP SHOW VCI/FUL decimal-equivalent display is incorrect.

	Deliverables:

        TCPIP$SDA.EXE                                   V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	Internal testing.

ECO A	3-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	SDA> TCPIP SHOW PROXY/FULL doesn't include UID/GID information like
	non-/FULL (brief) output does, and /HOST_ADDRESS doesn't do anything
	useful like display the host address of each proxy.

	Deliverables:

        TCPIP$SDA.EXE                                   V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	Internal testing.

ECO A	21-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	SDA in V5.3 and V5.4 cannot locate symbol tables in build tree,
	reporting %TCPIP-E-NOTACLUE, and for V5.4 dumps issues warning
	%TCPIP-W-JUSTINCASE.

	Deliverables:

        TCPIP$SDA.EXE                                   V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	Internal testing.

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 SMTP Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	3-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	TCPIP> start mail hangs the whole system when *SMTP* queues have 
	base_priority=30.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$SMTP_SYMBIONT.EXE			V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1341 / CFS.75199 / Req Id: MGO31836A / UCX Note 4021

ECO B	27-JUN-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	ACCVIO occurs in TCPIP$SMTP_RECEIVER.EXE

	Deliverables:

        TCPIP$SMTP_MAILSHR.EXE			V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2055 / CFS.92350 / Req Id: IL_G04111

ECO C	15-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	TCPIP V5.0A SMTP Getting %TCPIP-E-SMTP_CFERROR and %RMS-E-FLK
	trying to send mail from a multi-process application.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$SMTP_MAILSHR.EXE			V5.3-18C

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2037 / CFS.91611 / Req Id: KAOK20045 / UCX Note 9115

ECO D	29-AUG-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Regression in original 70-5-2037 fix, which added "_pid" to
	the CF filename, has tripped up ANALYZE/MAIL.  Switched to
	using '-' dash instead of '_' underscore to separate pid
	from username; ANALYZE/MAIL now understands both new and
	old formats.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$SMTP_MAILSHR.EXE			V5.3-18D

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2037 / CFS.91611 / Req Id: KAOK20045 / UCX Note 9115

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO E	10-OCT-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:
	
	Mail messages with lines beginning with '.' character are delivered
	with an extra '.' included.  Prior to fix for 70-5-1225, such was
	not the case.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$SMTP_MAILSHR.EXE			V5.3-18E
	TCPIP$SMTP_RECEIVER.EXE			V5.3-18E

	Reference:

	PTR 30-5-385 / UCX Note 8795
	PTR 75-83-297

ECO F	26-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Images were built improperly for their installed locations,
	causing unintended side-effects on some system configurations.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$SMTP_RECEIVER.EXE				V5.3-18F

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2146 / CFS.95462 / Req Id: BCPMA00LZ
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2720

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 SNMP Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	3-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:
    
        ACCVIO if run hr_mib to get fs data in test mode, without
        sufficient privs (bypass,phy_io,world).

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$HR_MIB.EXE				V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	Internal testing.

ECO B	3-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

        HR_MIB process loops under some configurations and may page 
	fault excessively.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$HR_MIB.EXE				V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1711 / CFS.84367 / Req Id: NL_G01470
	PTR 70-5-1726 / CFS.84589 / Req Id: BCSM608Q7
	PTR 70-5-1971 / CFS.89754 / Req Id: KAOQ10081

ECO C	1-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:
        
        Message displayed with default startup of tcpip$snmp_traprcv
        shows "error" when there is none.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$SNMP_TRAPRCV.EXE				V5.3-18C

	Reference:

	PTR 30-10-183
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2622

ECO D	2-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:
        
        Backport changes in 5.4 which did not make the cutoff of V5.3 SSB.
        Also minor logical bug flushed out by IA64 compile.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$SNMP_REQUEST.EXE				V5.3-18D

	Reference:

	Internal testing.

ECO E	7-AUG-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

        1. Attempt to send SNMPv2 trap through tcpip$snmp_trapsnd 
           is either ignored or causes accvio.

        2. SNMP master agent did not put correct "agent address" field
           in SNMPv1 trap pdu.

        3. snmp_request -i, -r, and 's' options ignored.

        4. usage() repeated around call to snmpa__cli_args()

	Deliverables:

        TCPIP$SNMP_TRAPSND.EXE			V5.3-18E
        TCPIP$ESNMP_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18E

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2110 / CFS.94170 / Req Id: GB_G04811
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2669

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO F	25-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Images were built improperly for their installed locations,
	causing unintended side-effects on some system configurations.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$ESNMP_SERVER.EXE				V5.3-18F
	TCPIP$HR_MIB.EXE				V5.3-18F
	TCPIP$OS_MIBS.EXE				V5.3-18F

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2146 / CFS.95462 / Req Id: BCPMA00LZ
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2720

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 SYSCONFIG Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO A	6-JAN-2003	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Some images do not/cannot be loaded sliced.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$PWIPDRIVER.EXE			V5.3-18A
	TCPIP$SYSCONFIG.EXE			V5.3-18A
	TCPIP$TNDRIVER.EXE			V5.3-18M

	Reference:

	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2671

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 TCPIPLIB Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	6-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	BIND resolver is unable to perform a name lookup for a host when
	BIND database records are returned in the following order: CNAME
	record followed by its associated PTR record and when the reverse
	address record has been subnetted on a non-byte boundary.

    	For example, consider the following:

    	$ tcpip show host 12.30.254.228
    	gethostby*.getanswer: asked for "228.254.30.12.IN-ADDR.ARPA", got
    	"228.224/27.254.30.12.IN-ADDR.ARPA"
    	%TCPIP-W-NORECORD, information not found
    	-RMS-E-RNF, record not found

	Deliverables:

    	TCPIP$ACCESS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18A
    	TCPIP$IPC_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1987 / CFS.90172 / Req Id: HPAQ20XNF
	PTR 70-5-1966 / CFS.89677 / Req Id: HPAQ12BKC

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO B	14-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Problem 1:

        Two scenarios cause various errors for a DHCP primary interface when
        the DHCP client attempts to configure the local host's host name
	resulting in:

	  - errors logged when the DHCP client tries to configure the local 
	    host name onto the local host
	  - incorrect and/or stale local host database records
	  - incorrect values displayed by TCPIP SHOW COMMUNICATION
	  - incorrect values displayed by SHOW NETWORK "TCP/IP"
	  - incorrect values for the TCPIP$INET_HOST, TCPIP$INET_DOMAIN and
	    TCPIP$INET_HOSTADDR logical names
	  - incorrect values for the UCX$INET_HOST, UCX$INET_DOMAIN and
	    UCX$INET_HOSTADDR logical names

	The two scenarios are:

          1) The DHCP client, running on a primary interface, receives an
          IP address which is different from the IP address it received on
          the previous DHCP boot, i.e., same host name, different IP address.
          This can happen when the DHCP client is booted, receives an IP
          address, operates for some period of time with this address,
          shuts down and then does not reboot until after the lease on the
          assigned IP address has expired. Once the lease expires the DHCP
          server may assign that IP address to a different DHCP client. If
          it does this then on the next use of DHCP client your host will
          be assigned a different IP address than the one it had before.

          2) The DHCP client, running on a primary interface, receives a 
          host name that is different from the one it was assigned on the
          previous DHCP boot but the IP address it receives does not
          change, i.e., different host name, same IP address. This can
          happen, for example, if you change the host name that DHCP client
          suggests to the DHCP server by editing the "HOSTNAME." file. The
          next time the DHCP client is invoked to configure the interface
          the server may possibly assign your host the same IP address and
          also give your host the new name it asked for. (This is only
          likely to happen if the DHCP server in use on your network is
          capable of accepting host names from clients and is also capable
          of and configured to dynamically update the DNS with the IP
          address and host name it has assigned to you.)

	Deliverables:

        TCPIP$DHCP_CLIENT.EXE                           V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 30-13-73

ECO C	25-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Images were built improperly for their installed locations,
	causing unintended side-effects on some system configurations.

	Deliverables:

        TCPIP$BIND_SERVER.EXE                           V5.3-18D
        TCPIP$DHCP_CLIENT.EXE                           V5.3-18C
        TCPIP$DHCP_SERVER.EXE                           V5.3-18C
        TCPIP$ESNMP_SERVER.EXE                          V5.3-18F
        TCPIP$HR_MIB.EXE                                V5.3-18F
        TCPIP$OS_MIBS.EXE                               V5.3-18F
        TCPIP$FINGER.EXE                                V5.3-18A
        TCPIP$FINGER_SERVER.EXE                         V5.3-18A
        TCPIP$FTP_SERVER.EXE                            V5.3-18H
        TCPIP$IMAP_SERVER.EXE                           V5.3-18B
        TCPIP$MOUNTD.EXE                                V5.3-18C
        TCPIP$PORTMAPPER.EXE                            V5.3-18C
        TCPIP$NFS_SERVER.EXE                            V5.3-18S
        TCPIP$NTP.EXE                                   V5.3-18B
        TCPIP$PCNFSD.EXE                                V5.3-18A
        TCPIP$POP_SERVER.EXE                            V5.3-18C
        TCPIP$SMTP_RECEIVER.EXE                         V5.3-18F
        TCPIP$TELNET_SERVER.EXE                         V5.3-18L
        TCPIP$XDMW.EXE                                  V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2146 / CFS.95462 / Req Id: BCPMA00LZ
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2720

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 TCPIPTRACE Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO A	22-OCT-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	System crashed (SSRVEXCEPT) while doing $TCPTRACE.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$TRACE.EXE				V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2122 / CFS.94560 / Req Id: BCPMM20QX

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 TELNET_CLIENT Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO A	9-SEP-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	[1] Telnet client to SCO Unix server can't log in -- no login
	    prompt.  VMS TCPIP end of ECHO option negotiation was faulty.

	[2] Starting with TCPIP V5.1, local echoing no longer occurs when
	    telnetting to non-Telnet service (e.g. SMTP).  Restored echo
	    behavior utilized in earlier revs of the product.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$TELNET.EXE			V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2114 / CFS.94402 / Req Id: BE_G04884 / UCX Note 9398
	PTR 30-13-17 / UCX Note 9253
	PTR 70-5-2186 / CFS.96450 / Req Id: HPAQB026W
	PTR 70-5-2137 / CFS.95067 / Req Id: BCGM9033P

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 TELNET_SERVER Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	29-APR-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	An outbound $TELNET/CREATE/PERMANENT session can hang and not
	reconnect properly if peer disconnects.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$TNDRIVER.EXE			V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1976 / CFS.89909 / Req Id: BCGM205F5 / UCX Note 9045

ECO B	29-APR-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Receiving input on an outbound Telnet session/device is
	triggering LOGINOUT causing Username: prompt to be sent.
	Previous fix for PTR 70-5-1416 didn't cover AutoConnect
	flavors of outbound Telnet sessions.

	Deliverables:

        TCPIP$TNDRIVER.EXE                      V5.3-18C

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2009 / CFS.90842 / Req Id: GB_G03579 / UCX Note 9133

ECO D	29-APR-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	The SYS$COMMAND logical no longer shows the nodename of the
	TNA device after upgrade to TCP/IP V5.x.  Reenabled use of
	DEV$M_NNM DEVCHAR2 characteristic on TN devices as was done
	in UCX.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$TNDRIVER.EXE			V5.3-18D

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2021 / CFS.91170 / Req Id: BCSM31QK8 / UCX Note 9044

ECO E	18-JUN-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	TCPIP 5.1 ECO 2, telnet server problem negotiating with a PC.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$TNDRIVER.EXE                      V5.3-18E

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1936 / CFS.88785 / Req Id: BCGMC0XVB / UCX Note 8954

ECO F	26-JUN-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	OPCOM no longer displays "Logout Request event of Telnet
        service" in V5.0 and up.

	Deliverables:


	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1861 / CFS.87231 / Req Id: NL_G02311

ECO G	27-JUN-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Telnet negotiation loop occurs with NULL (empty) terminal type.
	Rlogin terminal type is not getting set properly.
	Rlogin with a long terminal type > 15 characters causes the
	TT_ACCPORNAM information to be different, and in the case of a
	non-proxy login, no SYS$REM* logicals got defined.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$TNDRIVER.EXE			V5.3-18G

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1734 / CFS.84794 / Req Id: GB_G01549
	PTR 70-5-2011 / CFS.90895 / Req Id: ES_G03599
	PTR 30-5-363

ECO H	31-JUL-2002	Alpha only

	Problem:

	Applications which use floating point find their registers
	modified when the NFS server is used.
        This problem is not currently exhibited in 5.3 images, but
        was addressed to prevent future problems.
	
	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18N
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18N
	TCPIP$PROXY_SERVICES.EXE		V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2102 / CFS.93767 / Req Id: STLQ70001
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2664
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2665

ECO I	2-AUG-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	If user types data before proxy rlogin session process starts
	up they can trigger another process which presents Username:
	prompt.  If they then log into that process, they can end up
	with two processes competing for the same TN device, and must
	log out of both to terminate the session.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$TNDRIVER.EXE			V5.3-18I

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2084 / CFS.93199 / Req Id: HPAQ60392 / UCX Note 9296

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO K	11-OCT-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	The TELNET logout messages introduced with the 70-5-1861 solution
	specify both the CENTRAL and NETWORK classes of OPCOM messages.
	They should only specify the NETWORK class.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$TNDRIVER.EXE				V5.3-18K
	TCPIP$INETACP.EXE				V5.3-18Q
	TCPIP$PROXY_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18C

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1861 / CFS.87231 / Req Id: NL_G02311 / UCX Note 9347
	UCX Note 9078

ECO L	27-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Images were built improperly for their installed locations,
	causing unintended side-effects on some system configurations.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$TELNET_SERVER.EXE				KRB 1.0

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2146 / CFS.95462 / Req Id: BCPMA00LZ
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2720

ECO M	6-JAN-2003	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Some images do not/cannot be loaded sliced.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$PWIPDRIVER.EXE			V5.3-18A
	TCPIP$SYSCONFIG.EXE			V5.3-18A
	TCPIP$TNDRIVER.EXE			V5.3-18M

	Reference:

	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2671

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 TFTP_SERVER Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO A	15-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:
	
	TFTP download problem after installing images with 70-5-1622 fix.
	Buggy TFTP client happened to interoperate better with broken TFTP
	server prior to 70-5-1622 fix which corrected TFTP retransmits to
	actually work.  Now try to tolerate this client's problems better.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$TFTP.EXE				V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2076 / CFS.92821 / Req Id: NL_G04280

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 UCP Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	29-APR-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:
	
	Several problems related to creating, deleting, and showing cluster
	aliases, as follows:
	
	1. Repeated use of UCP's SET INTERFACE /CLUSTER=host command
	creates many cluster aliases for the specified interface -- not
	just one.

	2. Must specify all cluster alias information together in UCP's SET
	INTERFACE /CLUSTER=host command.  That is, unable to specify the
	/CLUSTER, /C_NETWORK_MASK, and /C_BROADCAST_MASK qualifiers
	separately to modify a cluster alias.

	3. UCP's SHOW INTERFACE /CLUSTER command fails to show all cluster
	aliases that are available.

	4. UCP's SET NOINTERFACE command fails to delete cluster aliases
	when deleting an interface (either primary or pseudo interface).

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$UCP.EXE				V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 30-10-155 / UCX Note 9033
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 702
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2578

ECO B	28-JUN-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	TCPIP-E-DYNPROXERR & SYSTEM-S-BUFFEROVF errors on"show proxy" after
	"show interface".

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$UCP.EXE				V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2038 / CFS.91742 / Req Id: NL_G03889

ECO C	19-AUG-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	$ TCPIP SET CONFIG NAME /NOPATH to remove a path not at the end
	of the list can corrupt the domain search list, and lead to
	ACCVIO after startup of bind resolver.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$UCP.EXE				V5.3-18C

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2061 / CFS.92460 / Req Id: BCPM513V7
	PTR 70-5-2143 / CFS.95358 / Req Id: BCSM9056N
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2674

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO D	3-OCT-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:
	
	The NFS client does not define the specified disk logical name when
	the volume label name in the TCPIP> MOUNT command contains a '/'
	slash character.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$UCP.EXE				V5.3-18D

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1970 / CFS.89749 / Req Id: BCPM12GX8 / UCX Note 9032

ECO E	18-OCT-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Issuing the following command on TCPIP V5.* (including V5.3)
	results in the sysconfig inet subsystem variable tcp_mssdflt being
	set to 1.  $ TCPIP SET PROTOCOL TCP /MTU

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$UCP.EXE				V5.3-18E

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2119 / CFS.94486 / Req Id: GB_G04921 / UCX Note 9402

ECO F	18-NOV-2002	Alpha only

	Problem:

	"$ tcpip set name /init /cluster" command returns error.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$UCP.EXE				V5.3-18F

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2182 / CFS.96363 / Req Id: HPAQB01QL / UCX Note 9505
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2710
	PTR 30-5-397

ECO G	13-DEC-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:
	
	[1] Additional performance enhancements beyond 70-5-1924 and
	70-5-2001 fixes. 70-5-2106

	In SYS$SYSROOT:[000000.TCPIP$ETC]SYSCONFIGTAB.DAT the following
	new parameter was added:
		ovms_xqp_plus_enabled
			1 = open_directory_on_lookup and cache it.
			2 = open_directory_on_readdir and cache it.
			3 = turn on both 1 and 2 above.
			4 = open_file_on_getattr and cache it.  Used
			    with modus_operandi 512.

	In TCPIP$NFS_STARTUP.COM there is a new system logical:
	  TCPIP$CFS_NAME_CACHE_SIZE
			 8192 is recommended. It yields 64 entries 
			      of 128 bytes. 
			16384 yields 128 entries of 128 bytes.

    	[2] VMS and Unix clients are both accessing the same files on a VMS
	server.  If a Unix client accesses a non-Stream_LF file that was
	recently (within inactivity timer limit) created by a VMS client,
	the server does not do data conversion.

	[3] Multi-processor NFS server crashes when a UNIX client attempts
	to access a container file system. 30-5-403

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$NFS_SERVER.EXE			V5.3-18U
	TCPIP$NFS_SERVICES.EXE			V5.3-18U
	TCPIP$CFS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18G

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2106 / CFS.93896 / Req Id: HPAQ703HM
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2672
	PTR 30-5-403

ECO H	16-DEC-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	UCP's SET CONFIGURATION INTERFACE fails to correctly set local host
	name (a.k.a. interface address) when local and cluster host names
	are both specified together in the same command.

	For example,

	$ tcpip set configuration interface we0 -
	_$ /host=16.20.208.166 /network=255.255.0.0 -
	_$ /broadcast=16.20.255.255 /cluster=16.20.208.229 -
	_$ /c_network=255.255.0.0 /c_broadcast=16.20.255.255

	$ tcpip show configuration interface we0 /full

	 Interface: WE0
	IP_Addr: 16.20.208.229   NETWRK: 255.255.0.0   BRDCST: 16.20.255.255
	 C_Addr: 16.20.208.229 C_NETWRK: 255.255.0.0 C_BRDCST: 16.20.255.255

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$UCP.EXE				V5.3-18H

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1624 / CFS.82413 / Req Id: NL_G01224
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2728

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 UCPLIB Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	6-MAY-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	BIND resolver is unable to perform a name lookup for a host when
	BIND database records are returned in the following order: CNAME
	record followed by its associated PTR record and when the reverse
	address record has been subnetted on a non-byte boundary.

    	For example, consider the following:

    	$ tcpip show host 12.30.254.228
    	gethostby*.getanswer: asked for "228.254.30.12.IN-ADDR.ARPA", got
    	"228.224/27.254.30.12.IN-ADDR.ARPA"
    	%TCPIP-W-NORECORD, information not found
    	-RMS-E-RNF, record not found


	Deliverables:

    	TCPIP$ACCESS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18A
    	TCPIP$IPC_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1987 / CFS.90172 / Req Id: HPAQ20XNF
	PTR 70-5-1966 / CFS.89677 / Req Id: HPAQ12BKC

ECO B	13-JUN-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	The 'SHOW HOST *' command does not failover to the second nameserver
	configured in the resolver.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$ACCESS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 30-10-187
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2619

ECO C	8-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Solution for 70-5-1987 / 70-5-1966 fails in TCP/IP V5.3.
	
	Deliverables:

    	TCPIP$ACCESS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18C
    	TCPIP$IPC_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-1987 / CFS.90172 / Req Id: HPAQ20XNF
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2623
	PTR 70-5-1966 / CFS.89677 / Req Id: HPAQ12BKC

ECO D	25-JUL-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	The TCPIP$INETACP process may hang for as much as a few minutes
	while attempting to resolve a hostname or address from an
	unresponsive nameserver.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$ACCESS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18D
	UCX$ACCESS_SHR.EXE                    	V5.3-18D

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2077 / CFS.92913 / Req Id: HPAQ6016W / UCX Note 9317
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2666
	PTR 70-5-2093 / CFS.93537 / Req Id: GB_G04544 / UCX Note 9325
	PTR 70-5-2094 / CFS.93548 / Req Id: DSATL0GMG / UCX Note 9354
	PTR 70-5-2101 / CFS.93763 / Req Id: HPAQ702B7
	PTR 70-5-2153 / CFS.95764 / Req Id: BCGMA02K2

ECO E	3-SEP-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	After setting up process level Bind resolver settings
	($TCPIP SET NAME without /SYSTEM), those settings are
	not being used by TELNET and many other utilities, but
	are used by PING.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$ACCESS_SHR.EXE			V5.3-18E

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2050

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Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 UNIX_API Images
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ECO 2 updates
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ECO A	18-OCT-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Issuing the following command on TCPIP V5.*  (including V5.3)
	results in the sysconfig inet subsystem variable tcp_mssdflt
	being set to 1.  $ TCPIP SET PROTOCOL TCP /MTU

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$UCP.EXE				V5.3-18E

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2119 / CFS.94486 / Req Id: GB_G04921 / UCX Note 9402

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Corrections for COMPAQ TCP/IP Services V5.3 XDM Images
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ECO 1 updates
-------------
ECO A	29-APR-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Disconnecting an X-Terminal which is connected via XDM can
	also disconnect other X-Terminals connected via XDM.

	Deliverables:

        TCPIP$XDM.EXE                           V5.3-18A
        TCPIP$XDMW.EXE                          V5.3-18A

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2023 / CFS.91199 / Req Id: DE_G03707

ECO 2 updates
-------------
ECO B	26-NOV-2002	Alpha and VAX

	Problem:

	Images were built improperly for their installed locations,
	causing unintended side-effects on some system configurations.

	Deliverables:

	TCPIP$XDMW.EXE					V5.3-18B

	Reference:

	PTR 70-5-2146 / CFS.95462 / Req Id: BCPMA00LZ
	TCPIP_BUGS Note 2720

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INSTALLATION NOTES:

A system reboot is required after the installation of this update.

The DEC-VAXVMS-TCPIPJA_ECO-V0503-182-4.PCSI kit is installed using
the PCSI utility.

$PRODUCT INSTALL TCPIPJA_ECO /SOURCE=device-name

Existing versions of the files being installed will not be
preserved.  If this is desired it must be done manually.  To
determine what files will be overwritten do a PRODUCT LIST of
the kit.

The ECO kit checks to ensure that a valid license is installed
before proceeding.  If one is not found, the installation aborts.
Restart the installation after a valid license is installed.

This DEC-VAXVMS-TCPIPJA_ECO-V0503-182-4.PCSI kit will install on the
VAX platform, and is supported with OpenVMS releases 7.2 and 7.3.
No other platforms or OpenVMS releases are supported with this kit.



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