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Re: Stating dial-up when connecting to as/400 over TCP/IP



fixed

Jure:
I think what you are saying is that when you start your CA TN5250 client,
WIN95 brings up the dial up networking dialog box to connect to your ISP.
I believe this is a "feature" of MS Internet Explorer.  If you have
explorer on this PC, check the VIEW, OPTIONS, CONNECTIONS tab and see if it
is set to use a dial up networking definition when you start explorer.  If
you disable this "feature" that should start your problem.  Keep in mind
though, that if you disable it, then if you wish to user MS Internet
Explorer, you will need to connect manually to your ISP before you start MS
Internet Explorer.
HTH,
Carl

At 10:49 PM 6/7/98 +0200, you wrote:
>    I have Client access V3R1M2 on my PC (Windows 95). I am trying  to
>connect to our AS/400 over TCP/IP. I also use dial-up to connect to our 
>internet proveder. But here I have a problem. When I start connection to
>AS/400  or when I start PC5250, dial-up connecttion starts to access our
>Internet  provider. When I close that window, my PC continues connection to
>AS/400 and  everything works well. How can I get rid of this ?   Regards Jure 
Carl J. Galgano
http://cgalgano.home.mindspring.com
mailto:cgalgano@ediconsulting.com
EDI Consulting Services, Inc.   
540 Powder Springs Street
Suite C19
Marietta, GA 30064
770-422-2995
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