At 06:52 PM 12/7/97 -0500, you wrote:
>on 12/07/97at 01:28 PM, the Great and Grand  Wazir
>cmassoglia@vixa.voyager.net (Charles L. Massoglia) said:
>
>>>
>>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, the AS/400 has to have tcp/ip on, be connected with an internet
>IP address you can predict, and have a telnet port open.  The PC has to
>have a slip or ppp connection to the internet and have a TN5250 program. 
>It configures easily (type in the IP address.  Aslo type the port number
>if the AS/400 is using anything other than port 23).  It really is simple;
>I did it, after all.
>
>----------------------------------------------------
>Booth Martin     
>---------------------------------------------------

Is there any way around sending your AS/400 userid and password over the
internet in the clear? How often do you change passwords? What level of
security are you running?


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