• Subject: Re: NetServer questions
  • From: "Roger Pence" <rp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 4 Mar 1999 15:29:10 -0500

>Do you have to have Client Access to use the Operations Navigator?

That question spins two ways:

1. Do you have to have a CA/400 license to use OpsNav. No. OpsNav is
included with the free base part of CA/400.

2. Do you have to have CA/400 installed to use OpsNav? Yes. The Express
client minimizes what you must have installed, but you must indeed have some
of CA/400 installed to use OpsNav. Pre-Express, you must also install and
configure a CA/400 base connection.

Also, Carl, the TCP/IP Config and Reference manual (SC41-5420) provides very
good instructions for using OpsNav to configure PPP.


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