on 12/17/97at 10:14 AM, the Great and Grand  Wazir Carl Galgano
<cgalgano@ediconsulting.com> said:

>Your post is confusing to me.  SNADS does not have anything to do with
>Passthru, only with distribution services such as SNDNETF, SNDNETSPLF &
>SNDNETMSG.  Also, If you have each machine configed for IP then your
>should use the IP utilities to do things between the two machines such as

ahhh! thanks Carl.  That explains some stuff to me.  I was using SNDNETF
from one machine to the other.  ( I have SF as a choice in my PDM choices,
so it sends source to the other machine for me easily.)  But unless I
started QSNADS subsystem on both machines it wouldn't go.  Then I would do
pass-thru to get on the other machine to work with the sent file.  I have
telneted, but I couldn't figure out a use for it without function keys;
FTP is a must-do, but that's for another day.

Booth Martin     

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