I'm pretty sure that you can limit that to traffic only to or from certain
IP addresses.


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< Hi, Jim --
< I think the best thing would be to get a packet trace from both sides and
< you can then see exactly what's going on over the network between WAS AIX
< and the 400.
< HTH,
< Gary

Thanks Gary. I was thinking that as well but there are over 500 jobs in
QUSRWRK which means there could be a lot of network traffic captured.

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