• Subject: Re: TCP/IP and NAMED Devices
  • From: mcrump@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 11 Dec 1997 08:52:45 -0500






>Does V3R2 TCP/IP support named devices? In many of our applications
required
>that we route data to a specific device by name. That name is setup in a
>table(s). So getting a new device(qpadevxxxx) etc everytime you won't
work.
>Can we do this with 3.2? or is it only on the RISC versions?

I think this requires a combination of the client and the server having
this capability.
I believe the new beta version of CA/400 has some support in this area.  I
do know
that the TN5250 with the Network Station allows this to be administered.  I
have
been experimenting with this and have had mixed results.....My V4R1 system
seems
to work fine but my V3R2 and V3R7 machines don't.  I have not had a whole
lot
of time to dig into this.

Maybe someone with some TCP knowledge at IBM could help illuminate (Mark?)?





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