You need V3R1M3 of CA/400 for Win95/NT - with at least the first Service
Pack applied.
Depending on your system release level you also need the required PTF's.
This info is in Information APAR II10918:

                                                
OS/400 Ver 4 Rel 2 Mod 0 :                      
                                                
 PRODUCT    PTF                                 
 -------  -------                               
5769TC1   SF47715  & SF48390                    
5769999   MF19494                               
5769SS1   SF49336 SF47792 & SF47400             
                                                
  Note: Customer should check the above PTFs for
    supercedes.  The above PTFs are the latest  
    supercedes as of 6/30/98.                   

                            
OS/400 Ver 4 Rel 1 Mod 0 :  
                            
 PRODUCT    PTF             
 -------  -------           
 5769TC1  SF48910 & SF47714 
 5769999  MF19274           
 5769SS1  SF49335           

OS/400 Ver 3 Rel 7 Mod 0 :   
                             
 PRODUCT    PTF              
 -------  -------            
 5716TC1  SF47713 & SF48909  
 5716999  MF19275            
 5716SS1  SF47406 & SF49210  

OS/400 Ver 3 Rel 2 Mod 0 :   
                             
 PRODUCT    PTF              
 -------  -------            
5763TC1   SF49564 & SF47712  
5763999   MF19563            
5763SS1   SF49121 & SF49565  




Neil Palmer                                AS/400~~~~~      
NxTrend Technology - Canada   ____________          ___  ~     
Thornhill, Ontario,  Canada   |OOOOOOOOOO| ________  o|__||=   
Phone: (905) 731-9000  x238   |__________|_|______|_|______)   
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http://www.NxTrend.com

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Joe Giusto [SMTP:JDG@patuxent.com]
> Sent: Friday, July 17, 1998 9:48 AM
> To:   'midrange-l@midrange.com'
> Subject:      Device Naming Using TCP/IP
> 
> I have just started using TCP/IP to access the 400 and have noticed
> that
> it gives me a device name QPADEVxxxx (like when doing passthru).  Is
> there any way to get the same device name each time (like I did before
> using the TCP/IP)?  We have an application that uses the device name
> and
> user id to validate authority and this is going to be a mess if we
> start
> using TCP/IP company wide.
> 
> thanks in advance,
> 
> Joe Giusto 
> Patuxent Publishing Company
> mailto:jdg@patuxent.com
> 
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