• Subject: RE: Http server questions
  • From: Hart Doug <dah6696@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 9 Mar 1999 15:37:25 -0500


You probably only use a link like this for your local pages.

   <A HREF="dcvend.html">Links to our vendors' sites</A>


To go outside to the internet the link would be this way.

<A HREF="http://www.search400.com"><IMG SRC="ball1.gif">
          The AS/400 Specific Search Engine</A>


You may be working without a DNS within your network so use the ip
number.

<A HREF="http://10.9.50.123/page.html"><IMG SRC="ball1.gif">
          The AS/400 Specific Search Engine</A>

When I find a link I want to add to my pages I 'cut' the URL from my
browser and then 'paste' the address into the html.  <A HREF=" --paste
here-- ">text</A>

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  Douglas Hart  
  Sr. Consulting Technical Analyst
  mailto:dah6696@goulds1.com 

-----Original Message-----
From: Archie Cameron [mailto:AGCAMER@mailhost.polarisind.com]
Sent: Tuesday, March 09, 1999 2:22 PM
To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
Subject: Http server questions


We have one instance configured on our ICS.  It is not connected to the
internet.  I would like to link the web page I am using residing on the
AS400 to an IP address that is not on the AS400 but is on the same LAN.
 
If I just type  the IP into the browser it brings up that page nicely.
If I link
that page to web page it errors 'Not found - file doesn't exist or is
read
pro....  etc.' 

Any and all advice is appreciated.

thanks in advance
Archie
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