> From:          "Bleddyn Williams" <bleddyn@morpheus.ltd.uk>
> To:            <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
> Subject:       AS/400 to AS/400 not by LAN
>From Bleddyn Williams

> Has anyone got any ideas on how to get two AS/400's talking to each other
> without using a LAN or modems connected to the Internal phone system? Is
> there a way even if its slow and a bit non-standard? Its a temporary measure
> for a 310 box to talk to a 420 box for a few months as some software cannot
> be ported across.
> 
> Thanks Bleddyn
> 
> http://www.morpheus.ltd.uk - did you say AS/400 as a webserver?
> 
If you have a spare V.24 line on each box, then use synchronous modem 
eliminators - I've used Black Box in the past.

Then set up APPN comms between the two as you would using LAN, but 
the line type is SDLC - if you need any more help, just shout.
Chris Ames
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