Can someone please point me in towards the right solution? A customer had the following configuration: PC - Win95/98 CA/400 V3R2 | | Twinax | AS/400 V3R2M0 (systema) | | Frame Relay | AS/400 V4R2M0 (systemb) | | Frame Relay | Perle 494 | | Twinax HP LJ III printer and could print from the PC to an outq on the V3R2M0 (Port in printer properties: \\systema\/libr/outq) After the change the configuration is: PC - Win95/98 CA/400 V3R2 | | Twinax | Perle 494----Twinax HP LJ III Printer | | Frame Relay | AS/400 V4R2M0 (systemb) | | Frame Relay | AS400 V3R2M0 (systema) Now when I try to setup the printer port (\\systemb\/libr/outq) I get a "Network connection does not exist" error on the PC. I have already started the routers by signing on to a display session (even to both systems). Library and outq exist and a writer is even active. I tried going to the printer (\\systemb\prt01) even though the device named outq is not used with the same results. I had this working for one day after the change took place but it has since stopped and the system administrators claim nothing has been changed on systemb. The public authority for the outq and library is *CHANGE. The host servers have been started (it complained about IPX but they don't use that protocol. SNA, TCP, ethernet and twinax only). QSYSWRK and QSERVER subsystems are up. The AS/400 hasn't been IPL'd for weeks. (I'm trying to talk them into a regular schedule of monthly or weekly as well as V4R4M0.) Thanks to the list members Roger Vicker, CCP -- *** Vicker Programming and Service *** Have bits will byte *** www.vicker.com *** How come wrong numbers are never busy? +--- | This is the Midrange System Mailing List! | To submit a new message, send your mail to MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com. | To subscribe to this list send email to MIDRANGE-L-SUB@midrange.com. | To unsubscribe from this list send email to MIDRANGE-L-UNSUB@midrange.com. | Questions should be directed to the list owner/operator: email@example.com +---
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