Yeash, I noticed an old *DEV attached to the lin/ctl named ETHLIUSR which
wouldn't go active, giving me a message about not being supported. IIRC,
that was the device used for the SNA stuff.
I deleted it.
On Fri, Jan 3, 2014 at 2:37 PM, Brian Jongekryg <bej@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 01/01/2014 9:18 am, Charles Wilt wrote:
Do I need to do something to disable non-TCP/IP protocols? As I noticed
this in the help for LINESPEED
Note: The values 1G and 10G specify gigabit
Ethernet. Gigabit Ethernet is only available when
running strictly TCP/IP protocol.
And as mentioned, I know SNA was used originally.
That help is somewhat misleading. It's actually the type of Ethernet
adapter that determines whether IBM i supports TCP/IP only and not
native SNA. All of the gigabit-capable (or faster) adapters are TCP/IP
You don't need to do anything to disable the non-TCP/IP protocols. You
can just change the line speed and duplex settings and you should be OK.
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