On Thu, 16 Oct 1997, Thomas Q. McCollem wrote:

> Hi All,
> I am interested in using my AS400 as a web server.  Could someone point me
> in the right direction?  
>
> Do I need V4R1?  

        Depends, V4R1 will support SSL and has greatly improved the 
functionally of the V3R7 released product.  What will the page be doing ??

        Also, with V4R1 you can put the IPCS Firewall on your system to 
offer some protection from the Internet, if this is just going to be an 
Intranet then it's not an issue.

> Is CA required?

        Not in my mind. You can use FTP to get the source for your pages 
onto the system from the platform you use to prepare them.

> Are there tools used for web page development?

        Check out the COMMON CD-Rom from Boston, or San Antonio (When 
released) there were a number of good sessions with complete handouts on 
this subject as well as configuration and setup.  Also check the IBM 
pages, and online web redbooks. 

> 
> As you can tell I am new to the Web,  so any information you can give me
> will be greatly appreciated.
> 
> TIA
> 
> Regards,
> Tom McCollem
> mccollem@ix.netcom.com
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