Shane,

        First, this is not that hard.  So what is physically between the
boxes ?  Ethernet, Token Ring, or Fiber OptiConnect ??
Next why SNA verses TCP/IP ??  Lastly, if you have the Domino application up
what did you use to access the Legacy data ?,
is it DECS, NotesPump, LS:DO ???  An how is the ODBC Connection defined ?
What release are the twpo boxes on ?

        Jeff Silberberg
        CompuDesigns, Inc.
        (Independent Consultant)


----- Original Message -----
From: Shane D. Rowe <srowe@hici.net>
To: <DOMINO400@MIDRANGE.COM>
Sent: Thursday, May 25, 2000 12:30 PM
Subject: Connection Woes


> I need help!  Our office has two 400's.  One of them has Domino R5 on it
and
> is our mail server and web server.  The other box is our production box
> (does NOT have Domino on it).  I want to allow web users to view
production
> information (from the production box) via a web browser interface that is
> being served off of the Domino 400.  I have already created the web pages
on
> the Domino box.  I am now to the point where I need the two boxes
> communicating with each other.  I have tried to set up APPN connections
> between the two boxes, but to no avail.  They will not communicate with
each
> other.  I have tried every combination I can think of, but nothing works!
> If anyone out there has a setup like this that is working, please help me.
> If you could describe how you got your two 400's talking to each other,
that
> would be a great help.  I'm sure there is probably a simple setting that
> I've missed that is preventing them from communitcating with each other.
> Any help, system settings, configuration settings that you would be
willing
> to share would be greatly appreciated.  Please feel free to contact me
> personally at srowe@hici.net to discuss settings in detail.
>
> Thanks for your time,
> Shane D. Rowe
> Systems Specialist
> Haulers Insurance Company, Inc.
>
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