Hi, Carl

At 01:00 PM 11/25/97 -0500, you wrote:
>
>I was visiting a new client this week that has a new model 600 and the
>manager was telling me that he was going to order a ASCII WSC to provide
>dial up access.  I informed him about the lack of ASCII WSC support, but
>configed his box for dial up SLIP and had it working in a matter of
>minutes.  Needless to say he was extatic and happy I "saved" him $1700.  I
>agree with you Vernon, dial up ASCII is dead.  IP works great.  BTW, for
>LPD software, Network Instruments NIPrint also works very well with the
>AS400.  BTW saw your letter in Midrange Systems.  You are all over the place!

Yeah—and I like walking in fresh concrete, leaving my mark everywhere!

I looked briefly at NIPrint. It looks good, too. Both of these are listed
on IBM's Client Access web site. I went with Brooks because they explicitly
deal with AS/400 issues. Also, FWIW, I had a harder time setting up NIPrint
than Brooks' RPM. And we were in a hurry—so what else is new?

To add more about the IP connection, we haven't used the SLIP connection
yet. In our case, we'd need to get another card in the machine to support
the line. So far I've only come in via my ISP, and that also works fine.

Cheers

Vernon Hamberg
Systems Software Programmer
Old Republic National Title Insurance Company
400 Second Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55401
(612) 371-1111 x480


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