I am running WebSphere standard 3.5 on my W2K notebook. I created my own
node to test and configure WebSphere. I also have WebSphere running on the
AS/400 with an NT WebSphere console attached. I would like to keep my
configuration on my notebook and add a new node in addition to the node I
allready have set up. The new node would be my AS/400. I have read the
documentation, and there is no administrative task to accomplish this. I
simply want to have multiple nodes on one WebSphere console. Can this be
done. Thanks in advance .


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