I was taking a wild guess about LAN console with PComm - I actually
bought a copy of PComm myself a few years ago - updated it to about
version 6 - I wasn't sure if LAN console was an option.
Good luck with the Java-based thing - that is an exciting option these days.
On 8/22/2014 3:02 PM, Rene K. wrote:
I have been playing with PComm a bit, but haven't found a LAN console option yet. It is a somewhat older version though (5.6), perhaps that version didn't use that option yet.
I do have the Direct Console cable (the system used to be equipped with that), but I didn't succeed in getting that to work here at home (for both systems BTW). If tinkering for days doesn't make it work, I don't trust it, so I collected the required parts to convert it to Twinax console.
From: Vernon Hamberg <vhamberg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion <midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, August 22, 2014 6:46 PM
Subject: Re: Client Access and Personal Communications on one PC?
I thought PCOMM had all the stuff you need - is there an option there
for a LAN console? I know there is one for the direct-connect console.
On 8/22/2014 4:36 AM, Rene K. wrote:
In my quest to control both my AS/400 / iSeries machines, I'm now in the situation where I need Client Access for one, PComm for the other machine.
Thing is, I need to control a LAN console for the iSeries, and a Twinax 5250 PCI adapter for the AS/400. Apparently CA V5R4 or PComm 5.6 can't run both solutions by itself, so I need both tools.
I've already been toying around with a VM with Windows, CA, and PComm, and apparently one machine can either run CA -OR- PComm, but not both.......or can it?
Does someone know if there is a way to install them both on one machine? I can always get another cheap PC and run PComm on it, but under my already stuffed desk I'd prefer to run both tools on the one PC I already have.