>Use telnet.  It's not bad coming from a 400 to a 400.  In fact you can't
>tell - EXCEPT that you do a SIGNOFF ENDCNN(*YES) versus ENDPASTHR.
>
>jteff19@idt.net on 03/25/99 04:38:46 PM


We wrapped the system command in our own program and do an ENDCNN(*YES) for
every signoff.  Kicks you back from whence you came every time.

Or: CHGCMDDFT on the Signoff command to make ENDCNN(*YES) the default.  If
my brain still works, I believe there is enough system-level message
handling to deal with the ENDCNN from a non-passed-through connection.

--Paul E Musselman
PaulMmn@ix.netcom.com


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