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> [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Vern Hamberg

> I think the PC must be in the middle for a couple reasons:
> 1. An applet is used to log in to the 400 - validation 
> results could be 
> sent to IBM's site from the applet, I suppose. I always use 
> the internal 
> address of the 400 - never give it the router's Internet address.

This must be my problem. As I said, our testing was done using the
router's address, with NAT forwarding the traffic to the 400. Others,
like yourself, seem to be using the internal address successfully.

I was working with IBM on this one. I can't believe the support person
would have missed something so fundamental, so I must not have
accurately communicated my configuration to them.

In any event, I'm certainly glad that the subject came up again. 

John Taylor

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