If the primary WSC on a system is ASCII the port 0 port is the console and
can be controlled via a modem.
Carl

At 07:04 AM 12/15/97 -0000, you wrote:
>A connection via the ASCII workstation controller will work in a 
>restricted state.  NOT a CAWin connection, but as a terminal 
>such as VT100.  Of course if your connection should drop in the 
>middle of the SAVSYS, you'd be sunk.
>
>Another method to accomplish this stuff off hours is to put it 
>all in a CL program.  Then start the program from the console. 
> A sample (by no means complete!  This is something I just typed 
>from memory) program follows:
>
>pgm
>
>chgmsgq qsysopr *break sev(95) /* Get QSYSOPR, only want very 
>severe msg's! */
>
>chktap tap01   /* make sure there is a tape in the drive! */
>
>inztap tap01 check(*no)        /* initialize it */
>
>dlyjob rsmtime(2300)   /* wait till 11pm tonight. */
>
>endsbs *all *immed
>
>dlyjob dly(600)                /* wait 10 mintues for the end to restricted */
>
>savsys tap01           /* save the operating system */
>savdlo                         /* save QDLS documents */
>savlib *nonsys         /* save all non-OS librarys
>sav                    /* save IFS */
>
>pwrdwnsys *immed restart(*yes)
>
>endpgm
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From:  Brian Lawson [SMTP:blawson@interserv.com]
>Sent:  Saturday, December 13, 1997 3:01 PM
>To:    'MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com'
>Subject:       RE: Remote AS/400 Console
>
>Hi:
>
>On the versions of OS/400 that I currently use, the system must 
>be in a
>restricted state to perform a SAVSYS and SANNONSYS.  This would 
>preclude
>any remote connection that I know of.
>
>Sorry,
>Brian Lawson
>HJM Systems, Inc.
>New York, NY
>Voice: 212-714-1055 x.32
>blawson@hjmsys.com
>
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From:  Vern Hamberg [SMTP:hambergv@goldengate.net]
>Sent:  Friday, December 12, 1997 3:48 PM
>To:    MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
>Cc:    Kleinman, Mitch
>Subject:       Re: Remote AS/400 Console
>
>Mitch
>
>At 11:15 AM 12/11/97 -0800, you wrote:
>>One of my customer would like to dial in to his AS/400 from 
>home and do
>>a SAVSYS, SAVNONSYS and SAVDLO and IPL the systems.
>>
>>Does anyone know how to do this?? Any special software required 
>on the
>>PC side?
>
>How many ways do you want?
>
>- CA w/NS router over async connection
>
>- CA TCP/IP via ISP or direct SLIP dialin
>
>- any TELNET client
>
>- any TN5250
>
>- Web browser using WSG
>
>- PerleTalk
>
>etc.
>
>HTH
>
>Vernon Hamberg
>Systems Software Programmer
>Old Republic National Title Insurance Company
>400 Second Avenue South
>Minneapolis, MN 55401
>(612) 371-1111 x480
>
>
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