Once the AS/400 has a true internet ip address then any of the outlying shops, 
or even salesmen's hotel rooms, can use AOL, ibm.net, or whoever they usually 
use and just click their copy of Client Access and they have a sign-on screen 
from anywhere.   There's no magic, it just happens.  The remote support effort 
is almost nothing, and remote printing becomes trivial.  It really is that 
simple, once the AS/400 is on-line.


In <36E8155F.44E0@postoffice.worldnet.att.net>, on 03/11/99 
   at 11:11 AM, Pat Barber <MBOCEANSIDE@postoffice.worldnet.att.net> said:

>I would prefer to hear about a "small" remote location and how you go
>about connecting them to a 400.. (small means 2-4 users)... I am very up
>on all the "normal" methods...Web access is the only thing I would like
>to hear about..

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