• Subject: RE: Help with Client Access
  • From: Neil Palmer <npalmer@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 2 Dec 1997 19:03:23 -0600

The current Service pack for V3R1M2 is #6 (SF42728).
If you have that one installed, or one of the previous few, you will
find the 32 bit Twinax support in a directory called Twinax under
Program Files/IBM/Client Access.
You must follow the install instructions in the readme file in this
directory.
These fixes for Twinax are installed separately from the Service Pack.

Order APAR II09498 (SNDPTFORD II09498 - read downloaded coverletter) for
more detail.


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        -----Original Message-----
        From:   UAF Bookstore/  Mark Beck, Manager
[SMTP:fybook@aurora.alaska.edu]
        Sent:   Tuesday, December 02, 1997 8:08 AM
        To:     MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
        Subject:        Help with Client Access

        Hi,

        We're installing CA for Win95 (v3r1m2) for the very first time
on an 
        Intel PC.  The only option that I'm aware of for connecting this
PC 
        to our 400 is via twinax  (we don't have an ethernet adapter in
our 
        400, nor do we have a token ring network.).  Ok, we have an IBM 
        twinax card installed in the PC, and we've installed CA for
Win95.  
        Now when we try to create a new connection (using the wizard)
we're 
        stopped cold every time at the selection to communicate with the
400. 
         We select the NS Router and the PC freezes every time.  I've 
        downloaded and installed every relevant service pack, but it
still 
        happens.  The really bizarre thing is that if I select any of
the 
        other options at that point (such as ethernet, or token ring or
any 
        other option that we're not even set up for) they proceed onto
the 
        next dialog box which asks for the system name.  What gives??
I'd 
        appreciate any advice.

        Thanks!

        Mark Beck
        ***************************************************
        UAF Bookstore/Mark Beck, Manager
        PO Box 750127
        Fairbanks, AK  99775-0127

        voice:      (907)474-5275
        email:      fybook@uaf.edu
        fax:        (907)474-7739
        Web:        http://www.uaf.edu/bookstore

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