• Subject: RE: SNA over TCP/IP
  • From: Chris Bipes <rpg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 07:28:36 -0700

I am also looking into the same thing.  I have added a frame relay network
to connect my as400s at remote sites.  We currently also have a separate
sdlc connection that will probably go away.  One thing I learned is you must
configure the TCP/IP on all machines first.  Once you can get connected via
TCP/IP you can add the SNA over the connection.  If you are using a SDLC
connection via a serial port, RS232 or V.35 you must get the PPP TCP/IP
working first.  Which means you will need the remote end set up to answer in
this mode.  How to do it?  I do not know.  Hopefully I have pointed you down
the right path.

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-----Original Message-----
From: Ruthven, Ken [mailto:Ken.Ruthven@hboc.com]
Subject: SNA over TCP/IP

Hey All,

        Currently we have one local AS/400 communicating with several remote
AS/400s via SDLC.  We currently use SNADS and DDM between the systems.  I am
looking to replace SDLC with a TCP/IP solution.  I know that you can run SNA
over TCP/IP and use SNADS and DDM, but am not sure if this would only be on
networked boxes.  We only own the local system, so none of the systems are
networked together.  Any information and/or suggestions would be greatly

Thanks in advance.

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