Thanks to all who wrote.  Bryan is right, sounds like too much work.  The reason
I don't follow Bryan's suggestion is that my ISP is still having problems with
SLIP connections and until he resolves his problem my company will be without
email.  Trying to find an ISP will to support SLIP is like finding a needle in a
haystack.  I'm at V3R7 but as I understand it I need to be at V4R2 and on a 
"new"
AS/400 (mine is, after all, a year and a half old, horrors) for a PPP 
connection.

--
Alan Novick
Pressman Toy Corporation
New Brunswick, NJ



bdietz@3x.com wrote:

> Sounds like too much work for what you want to do.  Why not just have the
> 400 dial your ISP, assuming OS > V3R2??
> Then you would be able to FTP from the 400.
>
> Bryan Dietz
> 3X Corp.
> > > -----Original Message-----
> > > From: Alan Novick [SMTP:anovick@bellatlantic.net]
> > > Sent: Tuesday, July 21, 1998 4:28 PM
> > > To:   Midrange-L
> > > Subject:   Connect via PC
> > >
> > > I have a PC connected to my AS/400 via TCP/IP.  The PC can also dial
> > > my
> > > internet account.  Can the AS/400 access the internet (ftp for
> > > example)
> > > through the PC?  What configuration steps do I need to take?
> > >
> > > Thanks,



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