If you are the only one needing access and a free V.24 port is
available, then set up a SLIP or PPP line using an external modem ($100
- $150, depending on features) and an available POTS line. Then just
configure your PC for the dial up and off you go!

David Boring
Systems Engineer
MCI Systemhouse
Direct: (562) 809-5460
E-mail: dboring@shl.com


-----Original Message-----
Date: Thu, 23 Jul 1998 14:54:11 +0100
From: "Andrew B. Brott" <abrott@threecreekscomputing.com>
Subject: Remote site hookup question.....

I am sure everyone has their favorite ways of connecting to a remote
AS/400
from an office or SOHO.   My question is...

What is the fastest way to get a connection up and running with the
least
amount of effort and $$$ on the part of the client with the AS/400.  My
PC
is already setup and ready to roll to connect.  But the client is
hesitant
because they don't know how to setup their side of the connection.  I
will
probably set it up myself, or at least help them somewhat.

Suggestions?

Andrew B. Brott
Three Creeks Computing, Inc.
abrott@threecreekscomputing.com
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