• Subject: Re: CA/400 for Windows 95/NT 3.1.2
  • From: Danny McQuestion <dcmcques@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 26 Nov 1997 16:18:39 -0600
  • Organization: Somewhere in Time


    We have been running CA/Win95 v3r1m1 for quite some time.  We have it 
with the Novell stack that comes with Win95.  We also have it running with
IntranetWare v2.x.  Either this weekend or next weekend, I will be upgrading the
AS/400 to v3r1m2.  Then slowly I will migrate users to the new client.  All
clients are either Token Ring or Ethernet but all are using TCP/IP.  We also 
an Internet connection front-ended by a Raptor Eagle firewall.  Since all the
machines going to the Internet are Win95 with TCP/IP loaded, they have no
problems.  On our Token Ring clients, we do have to tweek the MTU size because 
have not had time to tweek our routers.

    Right now I have an IP dial connection on my home computer (Win95) and am
using Novell IntranetWare v2.x and Client Access v3r1m2.  I have a TCP/IP
connection started for a display emulation session and a NS/Router connection
started for the printer.  This way I only limit my ANYNET overhead to print
streams.  Have not used it a whole lot but it seems to be working.

Danny Mc?

Peter Schaefer wrote:

> We are running CA/400 For Windows 95/NT 3.1.2 on our Windows 95
> machines.  We connect to the AS/400 using an Ethernet connection, MS
> 32-bit DLC and NS/Router.
> As well, our users need to access a Netware server and the Internet.
> We've tried running CA/400 with various versions of Windows 95, and
> various versions of the 32-bit Netware client and TCP/IP.
> But we aren't satisfied with the stability of any of the
> configurations.
> (OK, OK, we should be using NT or OS/2!)
> Assuming that we want to run Windows 95 on some of our PC's, has
> anyone found a mixture of the various versions of Windows 95, Netware
> client and CA/400 that seems to be stable and reliable??
> Thanks.

Danny Mc?
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