My solution involved no ftp.
My solution used the special IFS directory called QFileSvr.400.  Just to 
see how cool QFileSvr.400 is try the following:

Let's say you are on system X locally.  And you want to see system Y. Then 
try the following on system X:
MD '/QFileSvr.400/Y'
WRKLNK '/QFileSvr.400/Y'
All sorts of directories on your remote system should show up.

Rob Berendt

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