Because everywhere you configure your IP address in Domino you also put a 
port number?
and Domino has no urge to start processing telnet sessions?

Get an exit point program

Rob Berendt
"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary 
safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." 
Benjamin Franklin
Sent by:
01/29/2003 10:13 AM
Please respond to Lotus Domino on the iSeries / AS400
        Fax to: 
        Subject:        Telneting to a Domino server on a partitioned 
AS/400 question

If I try to Telnet to the IP address of one of the 7 Domino servers on a 
partitioned AS/400 it takes me to the IP address of the base AS/400 
server.  Why would it not challenge me at the original IP address rather 
than redirecting me.  Each Domino server has its own uniques IP address. I 

am going to be placing my mail, SMTP, and web server out in the DMZ and 
leaving the remaining 4 internal.  So I am concerned that it redirects me 
to the internal AS/400 IP address.  Just hoping a more knowledgeable could 

explain this to me.  Thanks
Gary L Wade
Lotus Notes Administrator
City of Orlando - City Hall
400 S. Orange Ave.
PO Box 4990
Orlando, FL 32802-4990
(PH) 407.246.3796  (Fax) 407.246.2878
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