At 02:25 PM 12/18/97 +1100, you wrote:
>> 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.
>
>What do you mean "without function keys"?  Are you telneting from AS/400 to
>AS/400?  Also the approach you have taken with a custom SF (SNDNETF)
option in
>PDM can also be done with FTP.  Losts faster than SNDNETF.
>
>                            James Turnbull
>                            AS/Tech Consulting
>
The F keys should work just fine in Telnet, we use it all the time.  not
only is FTP quicker, it is much simpler, there is no need to receive the
network file on the target system, the file appears in the lib you specify.
Carl


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