In my past experiences over the last 10 years, a null modem adapter
should work fine.

Mike

Michael Madore wrote:

>Hi,
>
>I just received my used AS/400 (9402 Model 400).  Somehow in my
>excitement, I didn't realize that it doesn't have a network adapter.
>Doh!
>
>It does have a 2612 EIA232 adapter, and according to what I could find
>in the online documentation,  I should be able to run a SLIP connection
>over this.  My question is:  Will the AS/400 allow me to use a
>null-modem cable to connect to a linux box using SLIP?  I'm reasonably
>sure I could do it using modems, but I'd rather not get a second phone
>line. ;-)
>
>Mike Madore
>
>
>
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