• Subject: Re: SNADS over TCP/IP
  • From: JFlanary <JFlanary@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 1 May 1998 23:11:27 EDT

Off the subject(KINDA) but try command STRTCPFTP '123.12.12.01' <-your sytem
ip address.  It will then prompt you to signon.  enter ID then password.  Now
use the PUT command to send data to system.  This process is smoke'n fast.
Also there is a system API (FTS) call QY2FTML parm(  'S(S=Send R=Recieve)'
'From lib'  'From file'  'From memb'  'Type(*Blanks)'  'To lib'  'To file' 'To
Member' 'Type(*Blanks)'  'Y(replace)'  'REMOTE system name'  'Userid'
'Password'  ' *BLANK'  '*BLANK'  )  Either way much faster than snads.  I have
also had the same problem you  described.  It was because the remote systems
directory entries were not set up correctly.  Make sure there is the local
directory entry and then a second (may use *ANY) pointing back to the sending
system.  Lastly sorry but I have to ask is subsystem QSNADS running on both
systems?
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