• Subject: Problem: Telnet and TCP/IP Client Access sessions
  • From: "Dale Pascual B Jose" <josed@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2000 19:21:46 +0800

I am having problems with both my Telnet and Client Access workstations.  More
than 100 of 300 simultaneously logged on users cannot sign on after a very
recent sign-off.  I checked the status of the problematic devices and found that
they are still "active"/"sign on" despite the fact that the workstations are not
logged on.

I checked the job log and found an error with MSGID TCP2552.  The error
describes that the telnet session exceeded the inactivity timer limit.  But when
I checked the parameter using CHGTELNA, I found that it is 0 which means no
timeout.  Has anyone encountered this problem?   As a workaround, I either
restart TCP or vary on the devices manually.  I find this very tedious though.

I am running on V4R4 with the latest Cumulative PTF by the way.

-- dale

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