Well,

            What you see is a  ACK-0  x'1070'

            The remote is sending an  ENQ x'2D' back as a reply to it.

            So, first off make sure both sides are setup for EBCDIC control
characters. Then check the Blocking and IRS options being used by the ICF
file when it's open, Overrides, and Defaults should be taken into
consideration.

            Then can you get a traceicf for this and also, a Communications
Trace ??  What is shown ??

            What release of OS/400 ??  was the RPG code compiled under ??


Jeffrey M. Silberberg
CompuDesigns, Inc.
(770) 399-9464

Abandon the search for Truth; settle for a good fantasy.

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Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 16:00:10 -0500 (CDT)
From: Marv Noltze <mnoltze@execpc.com>
Subject: BSC line problem

    <SNIP>


two computers go into a loop where the remote sends me a '2D' request and
mine acknowledges with a '1070'. This repeats about 10 times until the
AS400 gives up and end the transmission.

    <SNIP>


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