You first have to install the software on the AS/400 which you have to get
from IBM also you have to configure the AS/400 to work with the AS/400. The
slot in the front is for a PCMCIA Flash card which IBM provides. Which
primarily is used for if you have a remote site and need to boot the
Network Station's downloading a kernel which is at least 2mgs over the comm
link is to long. All devices have to be configured first in the NVRAM than
configured on the AS/400 through the Network Station Manager which is web
based this is only done after you have installed the software on the AS/400
when this is done you need to do an IPL.

It depends if you're setup is either with WINDOWS NT Terminal Server or
directly to the AS/400. If you are just using the NC's as dumb terminal's
or more advanced feature's. Which you will you have to decide.

Any question's just e-mail me.



Antonio Pereira
Canadelle Inc.
4405 Metropolitain East
Montreal, PQ.
H1R-1Z4
Tel: 514-723-8483
Fax: 514-723-8408
apereira@canadelle.com

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