• Subject: Retrieve Dynamic IP Addresses via the QDCRDEVD API
  • From: Jeffrey Stevens <jssteven@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 22 Oct 1997 18:04:37 -0400

>Date: Wed, 22 Oct 1997 09:53:06 -0500
>From: Vern Hamberg <hambergv@goldengate.net>
>Subject: Re: Retrieve Dynamic IP Addresses via the QDCRDEVD API

>A comment, lest anyone think this applies to WSG & LPD=97it doesn't. The WSG
>does not use the same mechanism=97for the life of me, I can't see why not=97=
>TELNET. But you can get the IP address for WSG clients from the WSG
>log=97check TCP/IP Config & Ref, WSG chapter, for details. This works  only
>so long as your signon screen matches the IBM default screen in the upper
>10 lines or so. In other words, anything you add to customize the screen
>must appear below the IBM default stuff.


>Vernon Hamberg

Actually, WSG can store the IP address similar to Telnet, where it can be
retrieved via the QDCRDEVD API.  But you have to install a PTF to get the
function.  The function was 'rolled up' into the following PTF's:

SF43511  WSG_V3R2
SF43509  WSG_V3R7
SF43510  WSG_V4R1

Jeff Stevens - AS/400 TCP/IP Applications (LPD/WSG/Telnet)
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