At 08:53 AM 5/6/1998 +0700, you wrote:
>       You must put your host name which you have been fill in
>       CFGTCP | Change local domain and host table.
>       If you fill in :
>       Local Domain Name :
>       and Local Host Name : as400
>       , you should fill in Host Name of WRKHTTPCFG as :
>       And when all your configuration has been successfully done,
>       you can type to access your

I'm not sure this last bit is correct. Your browser has to be able to get
the true IP address for whatever you put in the address box. It must have
access to a HOSTS table on machine, or a DNS in order to resolve that
'' to the actual IP address. E.g., in our case, we
don't have right now a public URL for our development box, but CA has
defined its address on any of our PC's in a HOSTS file. Then I can use
http://mt400 .

This is why I think that the host name you put in the HTTP config file is
at your choice. It does not _need_ to match the name as set up
in TCP. But I can definitely be mistaken here, since I've not tried
anything but the default. BTW, I think that the host.domain names get
defaulted if they've been set up.

To find out for sure, rtfm (standard advice in the Unix world).

Vernon Hamberg
Systems Software Programmer
Old Republic National Title Insurance Company
400 Second Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN  55401-2499
(612) 371-1111 x480

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