• Subject: Re: Remote TCP/IP connection using TN5250 or browser JAVA applet
  • From: cmassoglia@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Charles L. Massoglia)
  • Date: Sun, 07 Dec 1997 13:28:48 -0400

Hank Heath wrote:

>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?
>
You might want to provide some more detail on what you did and how you did
it.  My guess is many on this list salivate at the prospect of accessing
their AS/400 from home via the internet.  Of course there is always that
nuisance issue of security to consider.


Charlie Massoglia, Massoglia Technical Consulting, Inc.
PO Box 1065, Okemos, MI 48854, USA
517-676-9700  Fax: 517-676-1006  EMAIL: cmassoglia@voyager.net


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