• Subject: RE: CA Win95 trouble?
  • From: Neil Palmer <npalmer@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 28 Jan 1998 19:21:09 -0700

Try this.  Go into the Communication, Configure section of PC5250
session and reselect the system name to connect to.  Using TCP/IP this
will probably (but not necessarily) be a longer name - like
If you've changed the connection method it appears PC5250 won't find the
system even if the name is the same, unless you go and reselect the
'System name'.

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        -----Original Message-----
        From:   Tim Truax [SMTP:truax@usaor.net]
        Sent:   Wednesday, January 28, 1998 7:40 PM
        To:     ML - Midrange-L
        Subject:        CA Win95 trouble?

        We have a F50 AS400 at release V3R2 and we have CA for Win95
        (slowly) with the NS Router linkup.
        If we switch our CA Win95 <> AS400 linkup to be - IPX - or -
        then we cannot get the PC5250 or the AS400 Graphical access to
        even though the client apparently links to the AS400
successfully.   We
        are getting  'The network protocols returned error code 001703"
        "Unrecoverable communicator error occurred"
        Any suggestions richly appreciated.
        :-) Tim & Dana Truax (-:

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