• Subject: Re: SNADS over TCP/IP?
  • From: Lou Schmaus <lschmaus@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 25 Mar 1999 17:05:07 -0500
  • Organization: @Home Network


As long as the TCP servers are running, you can TELNET from one machine
to the other. Just type at a command line 'telnet xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx' or
'telnet sysb', where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is th IP of the remote machine, and
'sysb' is the host name set up for the remote system in the AS/400's
host table(I think the host name part only works on V3R2 or higher).  As
long as you are just looking for terminal emulation(passthru), that's
all there is to it.

Lou Schmaus
Creative Computer Associates, Inc.
Parlin, NJ 08859

The opinions expressed here are not necessarily those
of my employer, unless it is billable.

Joe Teff wrote:
> We have two AS400s connected VIA T1 and TCP/IP.  Is it possible to be on a
> dumb terminal at one location and passthru to the other with that TCP/IP
> connection.  There is no existing SNADS connection between the two boxes.
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