Walden,

Many many years ago (when I thought I knew SNA) I seem to recall being
able to alias the AS/400 CP name via CRTCFGL TYPE(*APPNLCL).  If memory
serves me right (hint -- this means I have not tried this recently)
you could change your Local control point name to your Current system
name, and then create (or modify) the *APPNLCL Configuration List to
specify your old Local control point name as a new Local Location name.
This would allow you to use the current Client Access configurations
with the old CP name to the newly renamed AS/400.  I can no longer
recall (age and all) whether you need to be a network node vs an end
node (and that type of stuff), but perhaps others can help in that
area.

Bruce Vining
>
>    I've  stumbled into an account where the AS/400 was setup by people
>that don't know  the 400. I'm now looking at fixing some of the setting s on
>this 400. My current  problem is in the area of system names and networ k
>names.   The system  value for the system name contains 'ABC400' (Well,  not
>really, but the names  have been changed...) and the network attribute  for
>system name contains  'SYSTEM1'. While I know this is technically valid  I
>would like to change the  network name to bring it into sync with the
>system name (I want them both to be  ABC400). No big deal, I can CHGNET A
>the network name. However, there are 50  some-odd PCs on the LAN that a ll
>have SYSTEM1 as the remote machine name. So my  question is: Can I chan ge
>the network name on the 400, but assign an alias such  that client acce ss
>connections will work correctly regardless of what name the  PC uses fo r
>the 400, SYSTEM1 or ABC400?    And, just in  case that wasn't bad enoug h,
>the 400 is also setup with a network name of AAA400  instead of APPN. A gain
>a valid setup, but I want to change it to be APPN. Can I  do this witho ut
>effecting all the PCs?   Any help  would be appreciated.   -Walden

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