The Question is:
I have problems with decnet, while trying to copy to another or same node i get
this error message:
%DIRECT-E-OPENIN, error opening 0::*.*;* as input
-RMS-E-FND, ACP file or directory lookup failed
-SYSTEM-F-INVLOGIN, login information invalid at remote node
Please help me !
The Answer is :
The username or password used to access the node is not valid.
Since you have not specified an explicit value, either a default
username and password pair or a matching DECDnet proxy will be
In many configurations, there is no default password, you must
explicitly configure a DEDCnet proxy in the proxy database, or
you must explicitly specify a username and password pair within
the DECnet node specification field.
To add a proxy, see the HELP for the AUTHORIZE command ADD/PROXY.
If you have a proxy, ensure that the name of the node originating
the connection is registered and accessable to the target node.
If the name is not available, the incoming connection will use
a numeric value for the node. With a correctly configured DECnet
network and particularly with a correctly configured DECnet host
database (or DECdns or DNS/BIND for DECnet-Plus over IP), this
situation should not arise.
It is also possible that you have triggered breakin evasion. You
can use the SHOW INTRUSION and DELETE/INTRUSION commands to find
and to clear this, if so.
Potentially applicable documentation includes the AUTHORIZE manual,
that of the DECnet Phase IV or DECnet-Plus documentation, and
potentially the OpenVMS system security documentation for details
of the breakin evasion processing and of system security.
From the HELP/MESSAGE INVLOGIN text:
INVLOGIN, login information invalid at remote node
Facility: SYSTEM, System Services
Explanation: An unsuccessful attempt was made to initiate a network logical
User Action: The access control string specified is incorrect. If default
access control is used, notify the system manager that the
network configuration database needs to be updated.
This error can be returned if the specified access control
string is not recognized (for example, no record in the UAF),
or is too long, or contains invalid characters.