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Re: Check to see if TCP/IP is up



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Hello Tom and Ken,

Tom wrote:
>Although the risk may be negligible, keep in mind that the CLP does not
>tell whether TCP/IP is active or not; rather, it tells whether a job
>named QTCPIP is active or not -- a job with that name _can_ come from
>anyone and be doing anything.

The possibility does exist but could be narrowed by checking for the job
user name being QTCP.  However, VRM510 supplies the QtocRtvTCPA
(Retrieve TCP Attributes) API which will give you the TCP stack status.

Regards,
Simon Coulter.
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