• Subject: Re: Native Domino & SMTP
  • From: Michael Franchino <frick@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 13 Jan 1999 14:47:02 -0500
  • Organization: Custom Systems Corporation

Glenn Gunderman wrote:
> 
> Michael,
> 
> We don't have Native Domino but we do have the firewall and SMTP.
> 
> When you do an IPL, are you doing the following;
> - ending the firewall application (ENDNWSAPP)
> - varying the firewall off (VRYCFG *NWS)
> 
> I was told by IBM that you should be doing both.  Also, not to end the system
> *IMMED.
> 
> On two or three occasions, I had to follow the red book and do a restore of 
>the
> firewall objects.  That got us up.
> 
> Have you called IBM yet?

Yes.. But they won't help us without a $240/Hr Consult Line.. Being a
business partner sometimes has major disadvanteges.


We did get it to work.. IBM had told us to place the TCP/IP address of
one of the internal Firewalls addresses in the host table with the name
of our firewall. This was wrong... It had to be the TCP/IP address of
the normal TR adapter, not the internal.. Once we changed that, it
worked fine.

Michael
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