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AnyNet over a Broadband Connection


Hi from the Newbie, though some may recognise my name from many years ago.

I was made redundant from my IT Consultant post, spent a few years in the
wilderness, as a chef among other things, but now I'm back.

I have two small networks to look after, iSeries servers on both. Both
networks are connected to www via broadband connections; I can use Telnet
and FTP between them, but I would dearly love to be able to use
Object-Connect command and DDMF's. I have configured AnyNet and it works in
the isolation of each network but does not seem to want to connect over the
broadband. I'm guessing that the bb-router/firewall may be one issue. I've
googled till I'm goggled, but nothing found that seems to help. I guess it
could be a non-starter; perhaps a VPN is the solution?

Can someone pass on some advice, clues, guidance etc to an 'old' hand.


Jeff Bull

Technical Consultant, NYCO Limited

Tel: +44(0)118 327 1200

Mbl: +44(0)775 692 3335

VOIP: +44(0)118 328 2272

Email: jeff.nyco@xxxxxxx <mailto:jeff.nyco@xxxxxxx>

Skype: jeff-bull

Website: www.nyco.co.uk

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