Also, you might check and make sure there's not a firewall blocking access 
to the system, check for ports as well as a specific address block. 

Ron Adams
Information Technology Group
Crane Valves
9200 New Trails Dr. Suite 200
The Woodlands, TX 77385

Chris Bipes <chris.bipes@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Without knowing more about your network it is hard to pin point.  Since 
can get to your web server, lets use that configuration as an example.  1.
Look at your web server IP configuration.  IP address, subnet, default
gateway, DNS entries.
2. Make sure your AS400 belongs to the same subnet as your web server but
make sure it is a different IP address.  The subnet, default gateway and 
entries should be the same.
3. Try to ping something on the internet. replies to pings.
You can type ping from a 5250 session command line.
4. If that works then your as400 is configured correctly.
5. Are you using any type of TCP/IP security package that might be 
your connection to your local subnet?

I hope this helps.

Chris Bipes

-----Original Message-----

I have added  Default route on my AS400 but nothing has changed Chris. Is
there any other thing that i should take into consideration ?
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