>You do not need a server.  Just connect the AS400 to your hub like any
>other LAN device, config IP and you are there.  You could also run SNA
>over the same connection.

>>our friend "Michael J. Guzak" <mguzak@ican.net> said:
>>>I plan to install an NT server and connect it to the AS/400 via ethernet
>>>and run TCP/IP.

That's what I thought.  So, why do so many people say they "plan to
install an NT server" in order to access the AS/400?  I just do not
understand the extra step; it seems redundant and another potential
point-of-failure.  It isn't just one or two occasional people that say
this, either.

Booth Martin     

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