• Subject: Re: Green Screen access for customers - suggestions??
  • From: email@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (James W Kilgore)
  • Date: Tue, 05 Oct 1999 19:26:50 -0700
  • Organization: Progressive Data Systems, Inc.

Mark,

As you noted, AFAIK, this is a "host" based "concurrent connection"
license.

Each host AS/400 can have their own number of concurrent user license(s)
and as long as your connection does not trip the trigger for excess
users you are within compliance of the license agreement.

IMO, IBM does not concern themselves with the number of clients, their
issue is the number of concurrent connections.  So give it away all you
want.

Like phone lines, the excess users will get a busy signal.

"Mark A. Manske" wrote:
> 
> The way IBM does the licenses, you will need the have enough licenses on
> both AS/400's that you attach to, it is
> not the PC driving, it is the AS/400; and I just found out today too that
> IBM monitors how many Client Access
> sessions you have been running through the ECS line to make sure you stay
> within your agreement.  As long as the AS/400's
> are seated high enough, you are free to connect at will from your PC.
>
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