• Subject: Re: Remote TCP/IP connection using TN5250 or browser JAVA applet
  • From: HankHeath <HankHeath@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 6 Dec 1997 20:57:18 EST
  • Organization: AOL (http://www.aol.com)

Actually, I just tested out Chameleon HostLink 97 (I do not represent this
product) for connecting my Internet developers to my AS/400. Worked rather
neatly. Does *not* require WFWSG, because it seems to run directly over
Telnet. So, all I need is a TCP/IP connection without any of the CA overhead.
The keys are mapped properly, too. I was impressed. Anyone else have
experience with this, before I pay for the product?

Hank Heath

In a message dated 97-12-06 01:55:03 EST, qappdsn@ibm.net (James W. Kilgore)
wrote:

<< The parent company is looking to buy two more companies in 1998, and I
 believe that using the internet for multiple remote connections will
 cost less in the long haul. >>
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