At 09:59 AM 5/31/98 -0400, Marc Zylka wrote:
>2) This message appeared: 
>
>       IP over SNA not activated.  
>
>This is caused by having *YES on the parameter Allow Anynet support
>under the network attributes.  Why would I want IP over SNA?  I think
>this setting was set because we're using NetSoft software to connect
>using Anynet over TCP/IP.  For this, though, I don't think we need to
>have *YES on this option.  Is this correct?  Any pointers on this
>subject to the manuals would be great.

Marc,

IP over SNA is the same as Anynet. I've seen that IP over SNA not activated 
message also (V4R2). We have some Anynet users. Since everything seems to work, 
I've just assumed that the message is caused by a timing issue which seems to 
be resolved later in the IPL process.

Pete

Pete Hall
peteh@inwave.com 
http://www.inwave.com/~peteh/

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