• Subject: Re: Am I missing something? Can an AS/400 act as a network server right now?
  • From: Pat Barber <MBOCEANSIDE@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 15 Nov 1999 11:54:23 -0800
  • Organization: OceanSide Systems

boothm@earth.goddard.edu wrote:
> 
> I think what I was really asking a rhetorical question.  It just dawned on
> me that one can buy an AS/400, and a router, add some cabling and NICs and
> have a complete LAN ready to connect Network Stations, Terminals, Macs,
> iMacs, Windows machines, OS/2, Linux, and the internet.  One does not have
> to install an Apache, NT, OS/2, or other server; the AS/400 is finally
> ready to connect to the non-AS/400 world without all sorts of conversion
> and translation aids?

Yeppppp.....but you will need to do a "little" reading to make it all
work...
But you have summarized it  pretty well...
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